America's State Capital Cities
-- Demographic Economic Characteristics & Patterns
.. tools and data to examine demographic-economic characteristics of each U.S. State capital city. The profiles part of the America's Communities Program (ACP). The demographic-economic profiles help stakeholders know "where we are", how things are changing where and by how much, and how things might change in the future. See profiles for other cities in the ACP section.
State Capital Cities
The following graphic shows state capital city locations as markers. This view was developed using GIS tools enabling creation of similar views in context of other geography and subject matter. Orange markers are cities with less than 65,000 population; blue markers are cities with more than 65,000 population. based on percent population change. Click graphic for larger view. Larger view shows city names and urban areas. Expand browser window for best quality view.
.. view developed with ProximityOne CV XE GIS and related GIS project.
State Capital City Demographic-Economic Profiles
State capital cities are listed below organized by state. Click the link within the brackets to view a demographic-economic profile for that city. The 2016 total population is shown in parentheses.
Related Demographic-Economic Interactive Tables
Use the national scope demographic-economic interactive tables to view, rank, compare selected or all cities/places (approximately 29,500 places) using an extended set of data as used in the community profiles. The data are based the American Community Survey 2015 5-year estimates and organized into four subject matter groups:
See the related city population trends 2010-2016 interactive table to view, query, rank compare each cities are changing over time.
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