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113th Congressional Districts

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US Asian Indian population 2010

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Arizona 2010 PUMAs
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The U.S. national scope Public Use Microdata Area (PUMA) 2012 Demographic-Economic Dataset contains approximately 600 subject matter items tabulated for each 2010 PUMA organized into four subject matter groups:
  • General Demographics (this section)
  • Social Characteristics
  • Economic Characteristics
  • Housing Characteristics

These data are based on the American Community Survey (ACS) 2012 1-year estimates. More about these data. See similar ranking tables:
  Census Tracts | School Districts | Cities | ZIP Codes | State, Metro & County.

Use the interactive ranking table in this section to view, query, rank, compare general demographics of the population, households and families in these areas. The scroll box shown below lists each of the subject matter items available for each area via the ranking table. The number at the left of the subject matter item is also used as the short name for the subject matter item in the column header in the ranking table. Use the CV APIGateway for more detail, alternative formats and data extraction.

General Demographics Items -- scroll section
  D001     Total population
  D002 Male
  D003 Female
  D004 Under 5 years
  D005 5 to 9 years
  D006 10 to 14 years
  D007 15 to 19 years
  D008 20 to 24 years
  D009 25 to 34 years
  D010 35 to 44 years
  D011 45 to 54 years
  D012 55 to 59 years
  D013 60 to 64 years
  D014 65 to 74 years
  D015 75 to 84 years
  D016 85 years and over
  D017 Median age (years)
  D018 18 years and over
  D019 21 years and over
  D020 62 years and over
  D021 65 years and over
  D022     18 years and over
  D023 Male
  D024 Female
  D025     65 years and over
  D026 Male
  D027 Female
  D028     Total population
  D029 One race
  D030 Two or more races
  D031 One race
  D032     White
  D033     Black or African American
  D034     American Indian and Alaska Native
  D035         Cherokee tribal grouping
  D036         Chippewa tribal grouping
  D037         Navajo tribal grouping
  D038         Sioux tribal grouping
  D039     Asian
  D040         Asian Indian
  D041         Chinese
  D042         Filipino
  D043         Japanese
  D044         Korean
  D045         Vietnamese
  D046         Other Asian
  D047     Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
  D048         Native Hawaiian
  D049         Guamanian or Chamorro
  D050         Samoan
  D051         Other Pacific Islander
  D052     Some other race
  D053 Two or more races
  D054     White and Black or African American
  D055     White and American Indian and Alaska Native
  D056     White and Asian
  D057     Black or African American and American Indian and Alaska Native
    Race alone or in combination with one or more other races
  D058     Total population
  D059 White
  D060 Black or African American
  D061 American Indian and Alaska Native
  D062 Asian
  D063 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
  D064 Some other race
  D065     Total population
  D066 Hispanic or Latino (of any race)
  D067     Mexican
  D068     Puerto Rican
  D069     Cuban
  D070     Other Hispanic or Latino
  D071 Not Hispanic or Latino
  D072     White alone
  D073     Black or African American alone
  D074     American Indian and Alaska Native alone
  D075     Asian alone
  D076     Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
  D077     Some other race alone
  D078     Two or more races
  D079         Two races including Some other race
  D080         Two races excluding Some other race, and Three or more races
  D081     Total housing units

To determine the places with the largest Asian Indians alone population:
- Click ShowAll button.
- Use horizontal scroll bar to make column D040 visible.
- Click once on D040 column header then click once more on D040 column header (sort descending). Scroll to top.
- The Alameda County (South Central)--Fremont City (East) PUMA, CA has the largest Asian Indian alone population among all PUMAs: 37,368.

PUMA Demographic-Economic Interactive Table -- 2012 General Demographics
  Click column header to sort; click again to sort other direction.
  Mouseover column header cell to view description or use scrollbox above.
  See usage notes below table. See related Ranking Tables Main Page.
  See PUMA geographic area definitions.

Usage Notes
  • All subject matter items are estimates for 2012.
  • Name/Code column: PUMA name
  • Use Select Area to select/filter PUMA.
      - Click ShowAll button first.
      - Key in any part of name and click Select Area button.
      - Search will filter for any name with that exact, case sensitive, spelling.
      - Maricopa is used as an example; note if clicking Select Area, many Maricopa named areas are located.
          ... the more specific Maricopa County may be preferred.
  • Optionally use splitter bar in header between cells to expand/shrink column width.
      - Click on splitter bar and drag left or right.
  • Click ShowAll button between specific queries.
  • Cells with -1 value could not be estimated (for this geography and this time frame).

Where's my PUMA?
Use the PUMA 2010 interactive table to determine which PUMA contains or intersects with a census tract, city/place or county. A more comprehensive method is to use the CV XE GIS tools and PUMA shapefile. See additional information.

About these Data
These data are the first "richer" demographic-economic characteristics for 2010 vintage PUMAs. 2013 annual updates for the 2010 vintage PUMAs will be available fall 2014. PUMAs cover the U.S. wall-to-wall (2,378 areas) providing the greatest geographic granularity for which "current year" demographics are available. Custom estimates may be developed using the Public Use Microdata Samples (PUMS) supplementing data provided here.

PUMAs have a minimum population of 100,000 and are typically defined to be approximately that size. As a result, data correspond to geographic areas of similar population size. 2010 vintage PUMAs conform to state boundaries and where possible/applicable counties and Census 2010 census tract boundaries.

Typical PUMA configurations:
  • One or more contiguous partial or whole counties (Madera County CA is one PUMA).
  • A group of contiguous census tracts within one county (Los Angeles County CA contains 69 PUMAs).

Additional Information
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