Though they developed as all-white suburbs between 1940 and 1970, the neighborhoods near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are some of the densest and most diverse in Indianapolis.
The region grew by 1 percent to 1.97 million residents in 2016 driven by 2 percent growth in suburban counties and growing Black, Asian, and Hispanic populations in Marion County.
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Greater density of tobacco retailers has been associated with higher rates of smoking. In “high access” areas, the poverty rate is more than three times higher than in “low access” areas.