SDG Indicator 1.4.1

Indicator 1.4.1 - Access to essential household services
Data for Indicator 1.4.1 illustrates the percentage of households in the San Diego region with complete kitchen facilities, complete plumbing facilities, telephone service, and at least one vehicle. The target, set by the United Nations, is to achieve full access to services in 100% of households by 2030.
Estimates are reported by census designated place (CDP) instead of jurisdiction, since earnings estimates cannot be aggregated to larger levels of geography. The Census Bureau did not report the earnings estimates for some CDPs and tracts because the sample sizes were too small.

Census Designated Place and Tract filters only contain data from 2015 and 2020.

Availability and Use of Data

Data for this Indicator comes from the Census Bureau's American Community Survey (ACS) estimates and is available at the regional, CDP, and census tract levels. 
The choice to use one- or five-year data is based on the geography type and the type of analysis for which it is needed. 
One-year data has a sample size sufficient to report results and compare change over time at the regional level. However, the Census Bureau recommends against using one-year data for 2020 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, time-series results using this data will not have a value for 2020.
The sample size for one-year data is insufficient at the census tract level.  Therefore, results at this level use five-year data. 
At the Census Designated Place level, while the sample size of one-year data is sufficient for large CDPs, it is not for many of the smaller ones. Results at the CDP level use five-year data and are not available by year.  Thus, at the CDP level, data is reported for 2015 (which is based on the 2011-2015 data) and 2020 (which is based on the 2016-2020 data).