Thursday, we noted a Seattle Times report showing that Capitol Hill remains the area of the city with the highest percentage of same sex couples — but also that the Hill’s population of gay duos hadn’t grown as quickly as the rest of the city in the past decade. The Times has also provided a view of the newly released dataset showing where on the Hill has the highest numbers of those gay couples.
Here’s a screengrab — the color scale ranges from the lightest areas where 1 to 49 couples were counted to the dark orange areas where between 160 and 210 couples were counted. The only other area in the city that registered orange, by the way, was a swath of West Seattle.
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