Hawaii Demographic Comparative Analysis Profiles
Use the Hawaii Situation & Outlook Comparative Analysis Profiles (S&O CAP) to interactively view, analyze, extract and map demographic-economic data in comparative analysis structure. Geography include the United States, Hawaii and Hawaii by county, congressional district, city/place, census tract, ZIP code, and high school complex area. Select any two areas using the drop down boxes then click Go to view a side-by-side Census 2010 comparative analysis profile. This section is frequently updated with expansion of the scope of geography and statistical data accessible as well as details of interactive data access and presentation.
Narrative Profiles. See companion Hawaii S&O demographic-economic narrative profile. Updated monthly.
Examining High School Complex Area Demographic Characteristics
Census 2010 demographics are available here for Hawaii High School Complexes (HSCs) as defined by the Hawaii Department of Education. Census 2010 data were not tabulated by the Census Bureau for Hawaii HSC areas. HSC Census 2010 demographics accessible here have been developed using geographic information system tools, Census 2000 and Census 2010 census block shapefiles, Census 2000 to Census 2010 census block relationship data, and Census 2010 census block demographics.
As of Census 2010, Kaimuki (Oahu) was the largest HSC with total population of 84,204. HSCs with largest population growth from 2000 to 2010, included Kapolei (Oahu) 54% increase and Keaau (Hawaii) 50% increase. See HSC interactive ranking table and more about HSC geography and demographics ... http://proximityone.com/hawaii_demographics_hsc.htm.
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Drop down geographic selections are grouped by type of geographic area:
Census 2010 City/Place
Census 2010 Census Tract (organized by county)
Census 2010 ZIP Code Area
High School Complex Area (organized by county)
Scope and Availability of Subject Matter
Data presented in the profiles has been patterned after the subject matter included in the Census 2010 Demographic Profile Summary File (DPSF). The scope of the DPSF subject matter is available down to the census tract, city/place, ZIP Code tabulation area geographic levels.
This version of the Hawaii S&O CAP includes data for only Census 2010 demographics.
Use the S&O Comparative Analysis Profiles (S&O CAP) to access DPSF comparative analysis profiles for U.S. and all states, congressional districts and school districts.
High School Complex Area Data. Development of High School Complex (HSC) area demographic data is described in the related HSC demographics section. Census 2010 data were not tabulated for HSCs (DPSF or otherwise).
Some HSC cells shown in the profiles are not yet available and are shown with "..." notation. Some of these values will be added but some may remain unavailable. Data for all other geography shown in this section were developed making use of Census 2010 PCT (Population Census Tract) and HCT (Housing Census Tract) tables. Data for PCT and HCT tables are not available at the census block level. HSC Census 2010 demographics have been developed using census block demographics.
Geographic Reference Maps
Examine geographic relationships, boundaries and codes used in this section using the Hawaii2014 GIS project.
Illustrative view of Oahu HSCs
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