How County Demographics are Changing: 2010 to 2020
-- Census 2010, Census 2020 & Change 2010-20
-- expanding insights through data analytics
August 2021 .. among the patterns often observed in county population change from Census 2010 to Census 2020 are the decline in the White alone population and increase in the some other race category. Use the interactive table below to examine county Census 2010, Census 2020, and population change. Query, sort, rank county demographics. Create county demographic profiles showing population by age, race/origin; group quarters and housing tenure .. for 2010, 2020 and change.
What's happening in 2021 and ahead? These Census data are incorporated into development of the ProximityOne county annual projections to 2060. See Demographics 2060 update schedule.
Patterns of Population Change by County, Census 2010 - Census 2020
The following graphic shows county population percent change from Census 2010 to Census 2020. Click graphic for larger view; expand browser window for best quality view.
.. use VDA Web GIS to view this scope of geography/subject matter dynamically
.. start VDA and select "Base" project
County Demographics: Census 2010, Census 2020 & Change
Interactive table; click column header to sort; usage notes below table.
See these data organized into a single county profile below
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Data presented in the table were first developed for all counties based on the Census 2020 P.L. 94-171 data. As a result, all geocodes and name references are as og 2020. Census 2010 data with the same scope of subject matter as for Census 2020, were then merged with the Census 2020 data based on the state+county match key. A few counties, mainly in Alaska, changed geocodes/geography during the period and have no matching relationship.
Subject Matter Items Included in Above Table
Items/columns presented in the
Census 2010, Census 2020 & Change 2010-2020 County Table .. goto top
In the interactive table above, Fresno County, CA is shown as one row. Below that row is reconfigured into a table showing descriptive stubs, percentages and change. This rendering the data is provided using the Situtation & Outlook report feature of the DEDE -- Demographic-Economic Data Extraction -- tool. See http://proximityone.com/dede.htm
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