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Situation & Outlook Report

Madison, WI Metropolitan Statistical Area
(CBSA 31540)
Geographic-Demographic-Economic Characteristics -- access other areas
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Contents of this Report
This document is organized into these sections:
1. Recent Trends & Outlook
2. Overview & Updates
3. Reference & Thematic Pattern Maps
3.1. Lay of the Land
3.2. Neighborhood Patterns of Economic Prosperity
4. Population Characteristics & Trends
4.1. Component City Characteristics
4.2. Component County Characteristics
4.2.1. RDEMS Component County Characteristics
4.3. General Demographic Characteristics
5. Housing Characteristics & Trends
5.1. Total Housing Units
5.2. General Housing Characteristics
5.3. Residential Construction; Housing Units Authorized & Value
5.4. Housing Price Index
6. Economic Characteristics & Trends
6.1. Economic Profile
6.2. Cost of Living Indexes
6.3. Cost of Doing Business Indexes
6.4. Consumer Price Index
6.5. Gross Domestic Product
6.6. Establishments, Employment & Earnings by Type of Business
6.7. Labor Market Characteristics & Trends
7. Education Infrastructure
7.1. Component School District Characteristics
7.2. Component Higher Education Institution Characteristics
8. GeoPolitics
  Terms of Use
  Related Resources
  Using this Document
  Updates
  About Metros & Principal Cities
  Glossary


1. Recent Trends & Outlook
Summary of recent business, demographic, economic trends; year-ahead & 5-year outlook.
- the Recent Trends & Outlook section, updated quarterly, covers topics about this metro such as .. assessing the implications of next jobs report .. impact of Fed''s interest rate action .. which sectors are expanding or contracting .. housing market conditions .. insights to help your planning and decision-making. The Recent Trends & Outlook section is available in the subscription edition.

2. Overview & Update
The total population of the Madison, WI MSA metro changed from 606,557 in 2010 to 634,364 in 2015, a change of 34,828 (5.7%). Among all 917 metros, this metro was ranked number 87 in 2010 and 87 in 2015, based on total population. Annual net migration was 3,814 (2011), 3,358 (2012), 3,479 (2013), 3,534 (2014), 3,534 (2015). View annual population estimates and components of change table. See more about population characteristics below.

This metro is projected to have a total population in 2020 of 661,196. The projected population change from 2010 to 2020 is 54,787 (9.0%). The population ages 65 years and over is projected to change from 69,565 (2010) to 113,547 (2020), a change of 43,982 (63.2%). See more about population projections.

Based on per capita personal income (PCPI), this metro was ranked number 68 in 2008 and 69 in 2014. among the 917 metros for which personal income was estimated.The PCPI changed from $44,188 in 2008 to $49,969 in 2014, a change of $5,781 (13.1%). Per capita personal income (PCPI) is a comprehensive measure of individual economic well-being. Use the interactive table to compare PCPI in this metro to other metros. See more about PCPI in Economic Characteristics section below.

282 metropolitan statistical areas, of the total 381, experienced an increase in real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) between 2009 and 2014. This metro ranked number 62 among the 381 metros based on 2014 GDP. The GDP (millions of current dollars) changed from $35,770 in 2009 to $44,071 in 2014 a change of $8,301 (23.21%). Real GDP (millions of real, inflation adjusted, dollars) changed from $35,770 in 2009 to $40,505 in 2014, a change of $4,735 (13.24%). GDP is the most comprehensive measure of metro economic activity. GDP is the sum of the GDP originating in all industries in the metro. See more about GDP in Economic Characteristics section below.

Attributes of driil-down, small area geography within the metro ... metros account for 65,744 of the national scope 73,056 census tracts (others are in non-metro areas). This metro is comprised of 133 tracts covering the metro wall-to-wall. View, rank, compare demographic-economic attributes of these tracts using the interactive tables. Use the CBSA code 31540; see table usage details below the table.

Fortune 1000 Companies with headquarters in this metro.
  • Alliant Energy Corporation
  • American Family Ins. Group
  • CMFG Life Insurance Company

Number in this metro: 3. Extended data & analysis in subscription edition.

3. Lay of the Land & Neighborhood Patterns of Economic Prosperity   go top

3.1. Lay of the Land go top
Lay of the Land. The following map shows the metro with bold boundary.
Counties are labeled with county name and state-county FIPS code.

 
  View developed with CV XE GIS software.   See this section to learn about making custom metro maps.

3.2. Patterns of Economic Prosperity by Neighborhood go top

Median household income by census tract (see color/data legend at left of map).

 
  View developed with CV XE GIS software.   See this section to learn about making custom metro maps.

4. Population Characteristics & Trends go top
Updated monthly, quarterly, annually. Housing market conditions and extended detail Available in subscription edition.

4.1. Component City Characteristics go top
Principal Cities (about principal cities); Click link to view city profile.
  •   Madison

Cities 10,000 population and over; click link to view city profile.
  AreaCensus
2010
July 1
2010
July 1
2011
July 1
2012
July 1
2013
July 1
2014
Change
2010-14
%Change
2010-14
  Fitchburg, WI (5525950) 25,260 25,211 25,546 25,895 26,349 27,154 1,943 7.70
  Madison, WI (5548000) 233,209 233,515 236,923 239,932 243,212 245,691 12,176 5.20
  Middleton, WI (5551575) 17,442 17,604 17,886 18,254 18,508 18,671 1,067 6.10
  Monroe, WI (5553750) 10,827 10,810 10,814 10,779 10,819 10,781 -29 -0.30
  Portage, WI (5564100) 10,324 10,327 10,260 10,223 10,176 10,178 -149 -1.40
  Stoughton, WI (5577675) 12,611 12,656 12,780 12,952 12,983 13,039 383 3.00
  Sun Prairie, WI (5578600) 29,364 29,615 30,058 30,575 31,032 31,752 2,137 7.20
  Verona, WI (5582600) 10,619 10,700 10,943 11,260 11,823 12,003 1,303 12.20
  Waunakee, WI (5584350) 12,097 12,148 12,391 12,649 12,821 13,067 919 7.60

All places interactive tables General Demographics | Social | Economic | Housing
All places time series population estimates interactive table.

4.2. Component County Characteristics   go top
Updated periodically, annually. General demographics, social characteristics and extended detail Available in subscription edition.

Metropolitan areas are defined as one or more contiguous counties based on a set of demographic-economic criteria. Counties comprising the metro are shown below. For multi-county metros, this section provides insights into how the population is changing by county. Many metros changed geographic composition (counties included in the metro) between the Census 2010 vintage and the current vintage. These changes, if any, are also shown below (county is marked with **). See projections in related section.Click county code link to view county components of change.

  AreaJuly 1
2010
PctJuly 1
2011
PctJuly 1
2012
PctJuly 1
2013
PctJuly 1
2014
PctJuly 1
2015
Pct
Metro Summary ... more details 606,557 100.0 613,926 100.0 620,675 100.0 627,739 100.0 634,364 100.0 641,385 100.0
  Columbia County, WI (55021) 56,867 9.4 56,691 9.2 56,440 9.1 56,592 9.0 56,571 8.9 56,743 8.8
  Dane County, WI (55025) 489,187 80.6 496,500 80.9 503,594 81.1 510,322 81.3 516,929 81.5 523,643 81.6
  Green County, WI (55045) ** 36,847 6.1 36,967 6.0 36,891 5.9 37,104 5.9 37,073 5.8 37,186 5.8
  Iowa County, WI (55049) 23,656 3.9 23,768 3.9 23,750 3.8 23,721 3.8 23,791 3.8 23,813 3.7
  ** indicates this county added since Census 2010 vintage metro definition.

All counties interactive tables General Demographics | Social | Economic | Housing
All counties population estimates & components of change time series interactive table.

4.2.1. RDEMS County Characteristics
Updated quarterly. For more information, see RDEMS Main.
Links open HSG1 Housing & New Residential Construction section. Select other sections from list above table.
  Dane County, WI

4.3. General Demographic Characteristics
Updated annually. For more information, detail & to compare areas use interactive table.
  Item20132014Change
2013-14
%Change
2013-14
Total Population: Race/Origin 627,431 633,787 6,356 1.01
  One race 613,275 615,574 2,299 0.37
    White 546,638 543,424 -3,214 -0.59
    Black/African American 546,638 543,424 -3,214 -0.59
    American Indian/Alaska Native 1,640 1,439 -201 -12.26
    Asian alone 27,129 29,544 2,415 8.90
    Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 340 16 -324 -95.29
    Some other race alone 9,790 14,600 4,810 49.13
  Two or more races 14,156 18,213 4,057 28.66
  Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 34,646 35,400 754 2.18
Population 25 years and over 414,768 419,553 4,785 2.18
  % high school graduate or higher 93.9 94.6 0.7 0.75
  % bachelor's degree or higher 42.4 44.7 2.3 5.42
Total Households 258,127 259,371 1,244 5.42
  Median household income ($) 59,466 60,903 1,437 2.42
  Mean household income ($) 77,574 79,257 1,683 2.17
  Item20132014Change
2013-14
%Change
2013-14
Total Population: Gender & Age 627,431 633,787 6,356 1.01
  Male 311,180 315,099 3,919 2.17
  Female 316,251 318,688 2,437 2.17
  Under 5 years 37,353 37,152 -201 2.17
  5 to 9 years 37,631 38,055 424 1.13
  10 to 14 years 37,854 38,584 730 1.93
  15 to 19 years 42,988 41,290 -1,698 -3.95
  20 to 24 years 56,837 59,153 2,316 4.07
  25 to 34 years 93,972 94,424 452 0.48
  35 to 44 years 80,799 81,538 739 0.91
  45 to 54 years 84,452 83,786 -666 -0.79
  55 to 59 years 41,523 40,074 -1,449 -3.49
  55 to 59 years 41,523 40,074 -1,449 -3.49
  60 to 64 years 36,794 39,008 2,214 6.02
  65 to 74 years 44,055 46,948 2,893 6.57
  75 to 84 years 22,442 22,379 -63 -0.28
  85 years and over 10,731 11,396 665 6.20
  Median age 35.9 35.8 -0.1 -0.28
  18 years and over 492,481 498,147 5,666 1.15
  21 years and over 459,091 465,323 6,232 1.36
  62 years and over 98,000 103,329 5,329 5.44
  65 years and over 77,228 80,723 3,495 4.53

5. Housing Characteristics & Trends go top
Updated monthly, quarterly, annually. Housing market conditions and extended detail Available in subscription edition.

5.1. Total Housing Units
Updated Annually. Independent annual model-based estimates. For more information, detail & to compare areas use interactive table.
  ItemCensus
2010
July 1
2010
July 1
2011
July 1
2012
July 1
2013
July 1
2014
Change
2010-2014
%Change
2010-2014
  Total Housing Units 268,734 268,967 269,707 270,661 272,639 275,143 6,176 2.30

5.2. General Housing Characteristics
Updated Annually. For more information, detail & to compare areas use interactive table.
  Item20132014Change
2013-14
%Change
2013-14
Housing Units: Units in Structure 272,145 275,149 3,004 1.10
  1-unit, detached 152,535 158,731 6,196 4.06
  1-unit, attached 15,849 14,292 -1,557 -9.82
  2 units 12,404 14,705 2,301 18.55
  3 or 4 units 17,506 15,231 -2,275 -13.00
  5 to 9 units 15,803 16,192 389 2.46
  10 to 20 units 16,206 16,382 176 1.09
  20 or more units 37,604 35,368 -2,236 -5.95
  Item20132014Change
2013-14
%Change
2013-14
Housing Units: Occupancy & Tenure 272,145 275,149 3,004 1.10
  Occupied Housing Units 258,127 259,371 1,244 0.48
    Owner 156,333 155,737 -596 -0.38
    Renter 101,794 103,634 1,840 1.81
  Vacant Housing Units 14,018 15,778 1,760 12.56
  Homeowner vacancy rate 1.20 2.30 1.10...
  Rental vacancy rate 3.40 2.20 -1.20...
Average household size; owner-occ 2.52 2.56 0.04 1.59
Average household size; renter-occ 2.14 2.11 -0.03 -1.40
Median Value $ owner occupied 217,100 221,100 4,000 1.84
Median Rent $ renter occupied 875 895 20 2.29

5.3. Residential Construction; Housing Units Authorized & Value
Updated Monthly. 12 most recent months. For more information, detail & to compare areas use interactive table.
  ItemAug15Sep15Oct15Nov15Dec15Jan16Feb16Mar16Apr16May16Jun16Jul16
Total Residential Units 237 206 326 460 163 502 183 420 264 358 453 313
  in 1 unit bldgs 126 129 140 84 118 71 89 145 130 157 150 120
  in 2 unit bldgs 2 0 4 2 2 4 4 2 2 4 10 4
  in 3-4 unit bldgs 3 7 3 3 0 0 3 7 0 7 9 3
  in 5+ unit bldgs 106 70 179 371 43 427 87 266 132 190 284 186
  Bldgs with 5+ units 3 2 5 11 2 3 3 7 5 8 7 5
  Percent Coverage 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 99 99 99 99
Value ($000), Total Units 45,329 41,969 58,543 66,496 46,659 89,012 38,887 71,357 54,845 71,573 90,986 65,388
  1 unit structures 34,780 35,121 35,927 23,439 39,907 20,408 27,699 42,667 37,361 47,010 40,832 40,439
  2 unit structures 265 0 591 362 557 792 430 362 258 728 1,903 728
  3-4 unit structures 305 922 305 305 0 0 305 891 0 880 1,139 447
  5+ unit structures 9,979 5,926 21,720 42,390 6,195 67,812 10,453 27,437 17,226 22,955 47,112 23,774

5.4. Housing Price Index go top
Updated quarterly. All transactions; not seasonally adjusted. See related Housing Price Index (HPI) interactive table.
See related 5-Digit ZIP Code HPI interactive table.

    Housing Price Index:2015Q32015Q42016Q12016Q22016Q3
    184.95 187.00 188.14 192.53 194.15
    Quarter-to-Quarter/Year Percent Change:2015Q3-2015Q42015Q4-2016Q12016Q1-2016Q22016Q2-2016Q32015Q3-2016Q3
  1.11 0.61 2.33 0.84 4.97
6. Economic Characteristics & Trends go top

6.1. Economic Profile go top
The Economic Profile shows shows derivation and key components of total personal income. Data are organized by place of residence and place of work. The place of residence profile includes estimates of total personal income, population, and per capita personal income. The place of work profile includes estimates of total earnings, total employment and average earnings per job. Updated annually. See related interactive table.

  Item20112012201320142015Change
2011-2015
%Change
2011-2015
Personal income 28,007,461 29,402,194 30,526,448 31,893,238 33,577,956 5,570,495 19.9
  Net earnings 1/ 19,149,286 20,052,040 20,926,830 21,669,937 22,969,139 3,819,853 19.9
  Personal current transfer receipts 3,511,645 3,593,373 3,712,520 3,876,160 4,079,476 567,831 16.2
    Income maintenance 2/ 301,160 303,853 326,218 320,949 313,436 12,276 4.1
    Unemployment insurance compensation 169,768 130,546 99,041 56,683 45,733 -124,035 -73.1
    Retirement and other 3,040,717 3,158,974 3,287,261 3,498,528 3,720,307 679,590 22.3
  Dividends, interest, and rent 3/ 5,346,530 5,756,781 5,887,098 6,347,141 6,529,341 1,182,811 22.1
  Population 4/ 613,926 620,675 627,739 634,364 641,385 27,459 4.5
  Per capita personal income 45,620 47,371 48,629 50,276 52,352 6,732 14.8
  Per capita net earnings 31,192 32,307 33,337 34,160 35,812 4,620 14.8
  Per capita personal current transfer receipts 5,720 5,789 5,914 6,110 6,360 640 11.2
    Per capita income maintenance 491 490 520 506 489 -2 -0.4
    Per capita unemployment insurance compensation 277 210 158 89 71 -206 -74.4
    Per capita retirement and other 4,953 5,090 5,237 5,515 5,800 847 17.1
  Per capita dividends, interest, and rent 8,709 9,275 9,378 10,006 10,180 1,471 16.9
  Earnings by place of work 22,486,138 23,444,126 24,744,057 25,683,504 27,221,949 4,735,811 21.1
    Wages and salaries 16,098,312 16,812,230 17,792,651 18,383,529 19,589,180 3,490,868 21.7
    Supplements to wages and salaries 4,681,940 4,948,454 4,972,411 5,129,948 5,244,334 562,394 12.0
      Employer cont. for empl. pension & insur. funds 6/ 3,421,179 3,642,273 3,595,426 3,719,123 3,772,438 351,259 10.3
      Employer cont. for government social insurance 1,260,761 1,306,181 1,376,985 1,410,825 1,471,896 211,135 16.7
    Proprietors' income 1,705,886 1,683,442 1,978,995 2,170,027 2,388,435 682,549 40.0
      Nonfarm proprietors' income 250,033 157,213 284,631 204,667 142,169 -107,864 -43.1
      Farm proprietors' income 1,455,853 1,526,229 1,694,364 1,965,360 2,246,266 790,413 54.3
Total full-time and part-time employment 455,193 463,079 469,548 478,957 489,903 34,710 7.6
  Wage and salary jobs 369,130 377,502 383,405 390,750 399,229 30,099 8.2
  Number of proprietors 86,063 85,577 86,143 88,207 90,674 4,611 5.4
    Number of nonfarm proprietors 7/ 6,915 6,694 6,837 6,809 6,794 -121 -1.7
    Number of farm proprietors 79,148 78,883 79,306 81,398 83,880 4,732 6.0
Average earnings per job (dollars) 49,399 50,627 52,698 53,624 55,566 6,167 12.5
  Average wages and salaries 43,611 44,535 46,407 47,047 49,068 5,457 12.5
  Average nonfarm proprietors' income 18,394 19,348 21,365 24,145 26,780 8,386 45.6
Dollar items are in current dollars (not adjusted for inflation). Per capita items in dollars; other dollar items in thousands of dollars.
See related notes.

6.2. Cost of Living Indexes   go top
Updated periodically. Available in subscription edition.

6.3. Cost of Doing Business Indexes   go top
Updated periodically. Available in subscription edition.

6.4. Consumer Price Index   go top
Updated monthly. Available in subscription edition.

6.5. Gross Domestic Product by Sector   go top
Updated quarterly, annually. For more information, detail & to compare areas use interactive table. Additional detail in subscription edition.
  Item200920102011201220132014Change
2009-14
%Change
2009-14
Gross Domestic Product, millions of current dollars 35,770 37,419 39,180 40,659 43,282 44,071 8,301 23.21
Real Gross Domestic Product, millions of real dollars 35,770 37,104 38,185 38,764 40,478 40,505 4,735 13.24

6.6. Establishments, Employment & Earnings by Detailed Type of Business go top
Updated quarterly. For more information, detail & to compare areas use interactive table.
  SectorEstablishments
2015Q1
Employment
2015Q1
Avg Weekly Wages
2015Q1
Establishments
2015Q2
Employment
2015Q2
Avg Weekly Wages
2015Q2
 Total, all industries 17,233 596,934 965 17,743 612,911 947
 Total, all industries - Fed Govt 122 8,876 1,374 122 8,841 1,144
 Total, all industries - St Govt 96 71,562 1,127 109 71,220 1,418
 Total, all industries - Local Govt 537 51,820 786 536 53,852 936
 Total, all industries - Private 16,478 464,676 952 16,976 478,998 875
    Goods-producing 2,475 80,009 1,081 2,528 84,890 1,059
      Natural resources and mining 229 4,309 726 232 4,888 738
      Construction 1,464 22,059 1,102 1,502 25,083 1,087
      Manufacturing 782 53,641 1,101 794 54,919 1,075
    Service-providing 14,003 384,668 926 14,448 394,108 835
      Trade, transportation & utilities 3,256 101,696 743 3,339 102,642 730
      Information 291 24,886 1,582 305 24,957 1,492
      Financial activities 1,579 37,613 1,516 1,633 37,690 1,192
      Professional & business services 3,019 77,036 1,242 3,158 79,418 1,047
      Education and health services 2,093 70,047 870 2,177 71,163 834
      Leisure and hospitality 1,785 54,348 286 1,838 58,583 290
      Other services 1,977 19,034 645 1,998 19,655 667
      Unclassified 3 7 3,587 0 0 0

Notes: cell value of '...' indicates value suppressed to maintain confidentiality.

Use the following links to access detailed establishment and employment data by type of business (CSV files).
  .. see notes on using these files.
  2013Q1 .. 2013Q2 .. 2013Q3 .. 2013Q4 .|. 2014Q1 .. 2014Q2 .. 2014Q3 .. 2014Q4 .|. 2015Q1 .. 2015Q2 .. 2015Q3 .. 2015Q4 .. 2016Q1 .. 2016Q2
 
6.7. Labor Market Characteristics & Trends go top
Updated monthly. Available in subscription edition.
For more information, detail & to compare areas use interactive table.
Table shows 13 most recent months.
  ItemAug15Sep15Oct15Nov15Dec15Jan16Feb16Mar16Apr16May16Jun16Jul16Aug16
Unemplymnt Rate 3.8 3.7 3.6 3.8 4.0 4.9 5.2 4.7 3.8 3.3 3.9 3.5 3.3
Unemployment 1,205 1,157 1,146 1,227 1,265 1,580 1,668 1,505 1,223 1,055 1,267 1,131 1,065
Employment 30,417 30,352 30,644 30,775 30,584 30,418 30,714 30,628 30,596 30,635 30,871 31,107 31,111
Labor Force31,62231,50931,79032,00231,84931,99832,38232,13331,81931,69032,13832,23832,176

7. Education Infrastructure   go top

7.1. Component School District Characteristics   go top
Districts in this metro. Updated periodically. See related School District interactive table.
District NameCity Name District
Code
Locale
Code
CountyState2012-13
Enrollment
2013 Total
Population
Grade Relevant
Pop Ages 5-17
Albany School DistrictAlbany 55001204255045WI 384 2,973 498
Barneveld School DistrictBarneveld 55008404255049WI 453 2,295 442
Belleville School DistrictBelleville 55009904255025WI 917 5,512 1,061
Brodhead School DistrictBrodhead 55017403255045WI 1,070 6,443 1,159
Cambria-Friesland School DistrictCambria 55020704255021WI 412 2,316 492
Columbus School DistrictColumbus 55028203255021WI 1,205 7,942 1,387
De Forest Area School DistrictDe Forest 55031802155025WI 3,484 21,156 4,117
Deerfield Community School DistrictDeerfield 55032704255025WI 797 4,339 831
Dodgeville School DistrictDodgeville 55036903255049WI 1,286 8,385 1,514
Fall River School DistrictFall River 55045303255021WI 526 2,864 553
Iowa-Grant School DistrictLivingston 55068704355049WI 759 4,428 837
Juda School DistrictJuda 55072304255045WI 316 1,292 256
Lodi School DistrictLodi 55081903155021WI 1,609 9,514 1,765
Madison Metropolitan School DistrictMadison 55085201255025WI 27,112 236,277 26,855
Marshall School DistrictMarshall 55087903155025WI 1,263 6,111 1,230
Mcfarland School DistrictMcfarland 55089102155025WI 4,293 10,919 2,056
Middleton-Cross Plains Area School DistrictMiddleton 55095102155025WI 6,614 39,041 6,883
Mineral Point Unified School DistrictMineral Point 55096604255049WI 732 4,277 734
Monona Grove School DistrictMonona 55098102155025WI 3,152 17,600 3,030
Monroe School DistrictMonroe 55098403255045WI 2,739 15,851 2,605
Monticello School DistrictMonticello 55099004255045WI 370 2,486 416
Mount Horeb Area School DistrictMount Horeb 55099903155025WI 2,370 12,663 2,585
New Glarus School DistrictNew Glarus 55105004255045WI 925 4,710 890
Oregon School DistrictOregon 55111003155025WI 3,736 20,440 3,803
Pardeeville Area School DistrictPardeeville 55113704255021WI 828 6,746 1,167
Portage Community School DistrictPortage 55120603255021WI 2,638 16,973 2,659
Poynette School DistrictPoynette 55121204255021WI 1,147 6,552 1,124
Rio Community School DistrictRio 55129904255021WI 494 2,950 482
Stoughton Area School DistrictStoughton 55145502155025WI 3,290 21,624 3,855
Sun Prairie Area School DistrictSun Prairie 55146402155025WI 7,373 43,328 7,873
Verona Area School DistrictVerona 55153302155025WI 5,316 39,592 6,950
Waunakee Community School DistrictWaunakee 55158102155025WI 3,964 18,965 4,288
Wisconsin Heights School DistrictMazomanie 55012304155025WI 751 6,134 992

Number of districts: 33 ... Total enrollment: 92,325
All school districts interactive tables General Demographics | Social | Economic | Housing
All school districts enrollment & adminstratively reported data interactive table.

7.2. Component Higher Education Institution Characteristics   go top
2014-15 School Year. Extended detail Available in subscription edition.
  Institution City Name Code LevelTotal UG EnrollmentFulltime UG EnrollmentTotal Grad EnrollmentFulltime Grad Enrollment
Advanced Institute of Hair Design-Madison Madison, WI4678094 63 63 0 0
Edgewood College Madison, WI2386619 1,935 1,647 1,045 113
Empire Beauty School-Madison Madison, WI2391324 25 24 0 0
Globe University-Madison East Madison, WI4587335 217 176 0 0
Globe University‚??Madison West Middleton, WI4587605 182 132 0 0
Herzing University-Madison Madison, WI2403927 2,369 993 280 129
ITT Technical Institute-Madison Madison, WI4519815 141 100 0 0
Madison Area Technical College Madison, WI2382636 16,698 4,961 61 22
Madison Media Institute Madison, WI3641685 372 268 0 0
Paul Mitchell the School-Monroe Monroe, WI4446084 51 51 0 0
Regency Beauty Institute-Madison Madison, WI4473334 69 69 0 0
University of Wisconsin Colleges Madison, WI2400553 14,045 7,300 0 0
University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison, WI2404449 30,694 28,306 11,904 9,843

  Number of institutions: 13 ... Total undergraduate enrollment: 66,861
  Levels: 3-Assoc degree, 4-at least 2, but < 4 years, 5-Bach degree, 6-Postbacc cert, 7 Masters degree, 8 Post-masters cert, 9 Doctors degree

8. GeoPolitics   go top
Updated periodically. Voting patterns, citizen voting age population, state legislative districts, congressional districts .. in this metro.
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Notes
  • All data are for current vintage county and metro definition.
  • Developed by ProximityOne -- Metro Reports (888-364-7656)
  • Data sources: ProximityOne, Census Bureau, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Federal Housing Finance Agency,
    National Center for Education Statistics.

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  • Overview lead narrative; quarterly & annual/March.
  • Housing Price Index (section 5.4) quarterly.
  • Establishments, employment & earnings (section 6.6) quarterly.
  • Economic profile and personal income (section 6.1) annual/November.
  • Labor market situation (section 6.7) monthly.
  • Residential construction; units authorized & value (section 5.3.) monthly.
  • Population by county; annual series 2010-2016 (section 4.2.) annual/July.
  • Population by county; links for individual counties (section 4.2.) annual/July.
      -- includes annual data 2010-2016.
      -- includes components of change; race/origin; single year of age; age group summaries.
  • Total population and components of change; annual/March.
  • Census tracts overview section; annual/December.
  • General Demographics section updated/extended; annual/December.
  • Gross Domestic Product section; annual/September.
  • Higher education institutions; annual/February.
  • Metro & county demographic component detailed annual estimates; annual/March.
  • School districts in metro & K-12 enrollment; annual/August.
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Related Resources go top
  • Metros main page
  • Current estimates and projections: states to 2030, counties & metros to 2020 by age, counties & states to 2060.
  • Making Custom Metropolitan Area Maps
  • Rental Market Conditions by Metropolitan Area
  • Metro Gross Domestic Product
  • Housing Price Index
  • Establishments, Employment & Earnings
  • Regional Economic Information System
  • ACS 2014 1-year General Demographics ... Social Characteristics ... Economic Characteristics ... Housing Characteristics

Using this Document go top
The Situation & Outlook Report, a component of the Situation & Outlook, is a core ProximityOne information resource providing insights into characteristics and trends of counties, metropolitan areas, states and the U.S. The Report also provides a gateway to drill-down demographic, economic and business data for smaller geographic areas.

Metropolitan areas include approximately 94 percent of the U.S. population -- 85 percent in metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) and 9 percent in micropolitan statistical areas (MISAs).

About Metropolitan Areas & Principal Cities -- scroll section go top
Metropolitan Areas are designated by OMB ("Standards for Delineating Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas") based mainly on Census Bureau-sourced data. Metropolitan areas are defined as Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) and Micropolitan Statistical Areas (MISA). MSAs and MISAs are also referred to a Core-Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs). Contiguous CBSAs are defined as Combined Statistical Areas (CSA).

By definition, metropolitan areas are comprised of one or more contiguous counties. Metropolitan areas are not single cities and typically include many cities. Metropolitan areas are comprised of urban and rural areas and often have large expanses of rural territory. A business and demographic-economic synergy exists within each metro; metros often interact with adjacent metros. The demographic-economic make-up of metros vary widely and change often. See more about metros.

Principal Cities. The largest city in each metropolitan or micropolitan statistical area is designated a "principal city." Principal cities are designated by OMB based on Census-sourced data. Additional cities qualify as principal cities if specified requirements are met concerning population size and employment. The title of each metropolitan or micropolitan statistical area consists of the names of up to three of its principal cities and the name of each state into which the metropolitan or micropolitan statistical area extends. Titles of metropolitan divisions also typically are based on principal city names but in certain cases consist of county names.

One or more principal cities are designated within each Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and Micropolitan Statistical Area (MISA). The term "principal city" is defined in the OMB "Standards for Delineating Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas." A principal city is an OMB designation applied to one or more incorporated places and/or census designated places (CDPs). The OMB standards designate a Principal City (or Cities) of a Core-Based Statistical Area (CBSA) as determined by:
  a) The largest incorporated place with a 2010 Census population of at least 10,000 in the CBSA or,
        if no incorporated place of at least 10,000 population is present in the CBSA,
        the largest incorporated place or census designated place in the CBSA; and
  b) Additional places with 2010 Census population of at least 250,000 or in which 100,000 or more persons work; and
  c) Additional places with 2010 Census population of 50,000-250,000,
        and number of workers working in the place meets or exceeds the number of workers living in the place; and
  d) Additional places with 2010 Census population of 10,000-50,000, and at least one-third the population size of the largest place,
        and in which the number of workers working in the place meets or exceeds the number of workers living in the place.

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