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Analyzing Age-Race/Ethnicity-Gender Population Groups

Age-Race/Ethnicity-Gender (AREG) population group data are a subset of the total population based on age, race/ethnicity and gender. Envision these data for an area (e.g., state or county) structured as a cube with these three dimensions. These data provide a composite view of how the basic demographics are structured in an area. Developed annually as estimates and projections they provide insights into how foundational elements of the population have changed, how characteristics are changing and how they might change into the future.

Demographic patterns of change may not be evident by using more macro-level data. For example, patterns of educational attainment and language spoken at home typically differ widely for different age, race/ethnicity, gender combinations in public and private sector analysis and decision-making. The implications of changing demographics require the ability to drill down into more detailed demographics. These insights are provided by examining detailed age-race-ethnicity-gender (AREG) demographics data.

The focus of this section. The Census Bureau develops annual U.S. by county population estimates by population group. The 2016 estimates were released in June 2017. The 2017 estimates will be released in June 2018. With each annual release, the estimates are available annually for the period starting with 2010. With the June 2017 release, annual estimates are available for 2010 through 2016.

Census releases these more detailed estimates by population group by county. It is left to the user to aggregate these data into various county groups and regions.

Race/Origin by Gender Population Groups
TOT_POPTotal
TOT_MALETotal male
TOT_FEMALETotal female
WA_MALEWhite alone male
WA_FEMALEWhite alone female
BA_MALEBlack alone male
BA_FEMALEBlack alone female
IA_MALEAmerican Indian and Alaska Native alone male
IA_FEMALEAmerican Indian and Alaska Native alone female
AA_MALEAsian alone male
AA_FEMALEAsian alone female
NA_MALENative Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone male
NA_FEMALENative Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone female
TOM_MALETwo or More Races male
TOM_FEMALETwo or More Races female
WAC_MALEWhite alone or in combination male
WAC_FEMALEWhite alone or in combination female
BAC_MALEBlack alone or in combination male
BAC_FEMALEBlack alone or in combination female
IAC_MALEAmerican Indian and Alaska Native alone or in combination male
IAC_FEMALEAmerican Indian and Alaska Native alone or in combination female
AAC_MALE Asian alone or in combination male
AAC_FEMALE Asian alone or in combination female
NAC_MALE Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone or in combination male
NAC_FEMALE Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone or in combination female
NH_MALE Not Hispanic male
NH_FEMALE Not Hispanic female
NHWA_MALE Not Hispanic, White alone male
NHWA_FEMALE Not Hispanic, White alone female
NHBA_MALE Not Hispanic, Black alone male
NHBA_FEMALE Not Hispanic, Black alone female
NHIA_MALE Not Hispanic, American Indian and Alaska Native alone male
NHIA_FEMALE Not Hispanic, American Indian and Alaska Native alone female
NHAA_MALE Not Hispanic, Asian alone male
NHAA_FEMALE Not Hispanic, Asian alone female
NHNA_MALE Not Hispanic, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone male
NHNA_FEMALE Not Hispanic, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone female
NHTOM_MALE Not Hispanic, Two or More Races male
NHTOM_FEMALE Not Hispanic, Two or More Races female
NHWAC_MALE Not Hispanic, White alone or in combination male
NHWAC_FEMALE Not Hispanic, White alone or in combination female
NHBAC_MALE Not Hispanic, Black alone or in combination male
NHBAC_FEMALE Not Hispanic, Black alone or in combination female
NHIAC_MALE Not Hispanic, American Indian and Alaska Native alone or in combination male
NHIAC_FEMALE Not Hispanic, American Indian and Alaska Native alone or in combination female
NHAAC_MALE Not Hispanic, Asian alone or in combination male
NHAAC_FEMALE Not Hispanic, Asian alone or in combination female
NHNAC_MALE Not Hispanic, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone or in combination male
NHNAC_FEMALE Not Hispanic, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone or in combination female
H_MALE Hispanic male
H_FEMALE Hispanic female
HWA_MALE Hispanic, White alone male
HWA_FEMALE Hispanic, White alone female
HBA_MALE Hispanic, Black alone male
HBA_FEMALE Hispanic, Black alone female
HIA_MALE Hispanic, American Indian and Alaska Native alone male
HIA_FEMALE Hispanic, American Indian and Alaska Native alone female
HAA_MALE Hispanic, Asian alone male
HAA_FEMALE Hispanic, Asian alone female
HNA_MALE Hispanic, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone male
HNA_FEMALE Hispanic, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone female
HTOM_MALE Hispanic, Two or More Races male
HTOM_FEMALE Hispanic, Two or More Races female
HWAC_MALE Hispanic, White alone or in combination male
HWAC_FEMALE Hispanic, White alone or in combination female
HBAC_MALE Hispanic, Black alone or in combination male
HBAC_FEMALE Hispanic, Black alone or in combination female
HIAC_MALE Hispanic, American Indian and Alaska Native alone or in combination male
HIAC_FEMALE Hispanic, American Indian and Alaska Native alone or in combination female
HAAC_MALE Hispanic, Asian alone or in combination male
HAAC_FEMALE Hispanic, Asian alone or in combination female
HNAC_MALE Hispanic, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone or in combination male
HNAC_FEMALE Hispanic, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone or in combination female


Notes about these categories.
"In combination" -- refers to a population of one race in combination with one or more other races.
Hispanic origin is considered an ethnicity, not a race. Hispanics may be of any race.

Year Iteration
1 = 4/1/2010 Census population
2 = 4/1/2010 population estimates base
3 = 7/1/2010 population estimate
4 = 7/1/2011 population estimate
5 = 7/1/2012 population estimate
6 = 7/1/2013 population estimate
7 = 7/1/2014 population estimate
8 = 7/1/2015 population estimate
9 = 7/1/2016 population estimate

Age Iteration
00 = Total
01 = Age 0 to 4 years
02 = Age 5 to 9 years
03 = Age 10 to 14 years
04 = Age 15 to 19 years
05 = Age 20 to 24 years
06 = Age 25 to 29 years
07 = Age 30 to 34 years
08 = Age 35 to 39 years
09 = Age 40 to 44 years
10 = Age 45 to 49 years
11 = Age 50 to 54 years
12 = Age 55 to 59 years
13 = Age 60 to 64 years
14 = Age 65 to 69 years
15 = Age 70 to 74 years
16 = Age 75 to 79 years
17 = Age 80 to 84 years
18 = Age 85 years or older

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