A team of researchers, students, and website architects who believe that a stable, affordable home is central to human flourishing and economic mobility. Drawing on tens of millions of records at Princeton University, the Lab has published the first ever dataset of evictions in America, going back to 2000. Looks at evictions over time, maps evictions across the country and compares the eviction rates of different neighborhoods, cities, or states, generating custom reports about America’s eviction epidemic. Researchers can use the data to help document the prevalence, causes, and consequences of eviction and to evaluate laws and policies designed to promote residential security and reduce poverty. Learn more.