http://yawyl.claritas.com . A description from about.com reads:
The "cluster" names are fairly interesting -- New Ecotopia," "Shotguns and Pickups," "Norma Raeville" and "Southside City."In PRIZM, each ZIP Code is assigned one or several of sixty-two clusters, based on the shared socioeconomic characteristics of the area. The clusters each have snappy names and short one-line descriptions encompassing the key demographic for the cluster. These clusters "range" from #1 Blue Blood Estates (Elite, Super-Rich Families), the elite multi-millionaires at the top of the nation's economic hierarchy, to #62 Hard Scrabble (Older Families in Poor Isolated Areas), the poorest of the poor.
I found a list of all 62 clusters at http://www.centrus.com/solutions/prizm.asp. I punched in my Zip code at http://yawyl.claritas.com, and the two top categories were "Kids and Cul De Sacs" and "Blue Chip Blues." The descriptions are:
My subdivision in Ocoee, Florida is definitely "Blue Chip Blue" -- large-ish houses, with lots of pickup trucks parked in the driveways. About half of my neighbors are skilled tradespeople, general contractors, jobsite supervisors and the like. New subdivisions near me are filling up with step-up houses selling for above-average prices; it's mostly families with kids.05 Kids & Cul-de-Sacs Upscale Suburban Families
Close to "Executive Suites" and "Pools and Patios" on all affluence measures, Cluster 5 is ranked first of all 62 PRIZM clusters in married couples with children, and large, 4+ person families. Since "family" governs its lives and activities, "Kids and Cul-de-Sacs" is a noisy mix of bikes, dogs, carpools, and sports.
Affluent (10) Age Groups: 35-44, 45-54 Dominant White, High Asian
22 Blue-Chip Blues Upscale Blue-Collar Families
For twenty years, Cluster 22 was one of the largest PRIZM Clusters. Dual income, high school-educated parents headed large suburban families, and topped the blue-collar ladder. During these two decades, their kids grew up and left, and blue-collar employment declined sharply. A smaller core remains, centered in the Great Lakes region.
Middle (30) Age Groups: 35-44 , 45-54, 55-64 Dominant White
What about where you live? Do the results seem accurate?