U.S. by County Population & Housing Patterns: 2000 to 2010
Almost two-thirds of the nationís 3,143 counties gained population between 2000 and 2010. Use the interactive table below to view/compare/contrast county population and housing as of Census 2000, Census 2010 and change over the decade.
See related updates: County Trends 2010-2015.
County Population Change, 2000-2010
View created using CV XE GIS and related GIS project. Click graphic for larger view and additional details. ProximityOne User Group members ( join now, no fee) may use the software and GIS project to create similar views for any decade. Zoom into an area of interest. Add name, codes, or data values as labels. Add other geography.
U.S. by County Population & Housing Patterns: 2000-2010 -- Interactive Table
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Click column header to sort; click again to sort other direction.
See related Ranking Tables Main Page
Column Headers and Usage Notes
- St1 -- USPS State Code
- St2 -- FIPS State Code
- Cty -- County FIPS Code
- CBSA -- CBSA/Metro Code
- Population 2000 -- Population, Census 2000
- Population 2010 -- Population, Census 2010
- Population Chg0010 -- Population Change 2000-2010
- Population %Chg0010 -- Population Percent Change 2000-2010
- Housing Units 2000 -- Housing Units, Census 2000
- Housing Units 2010 -- Housing Units, Census 2010
- Housing Units Chg0010 -- Housing Units Change, 2000-2010
- Housing Units %Chg0010 -- Housing Units Percent Change, 2000-2010
Value of -999,999 and -999.00 indicate data NA.
County Demographic Projections to 2020 with age breakout
County Demographic Projections to 2060
County population 1790 to 1990 by decade (xls) -- requires User Group ID.
County Demographics; 2000 & 2010
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