2010 Demographic Data

2010 Demographic Census Data

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Demographic Data

  • Data Type: GIS Data Layer
  • Steward(s): AGRC and U.S. Census Bureau
  • Abstract: This data package contains demographic information collected by the Census Bureau in 2010 and 2000. Demographic population includes population counts, household counts, ethnicity counts, etc. Below, the U.S. Census Bureau Data is the data in the format released by the Census Bureau, with just a few modifications to make the data more user friendly. The Populated Block Areas 2010 Approximation and Populated Place Points 2010 Approximation are datasets derived by AGRC from 2010 Census data.

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The following data is available for download:

2010 U.S. Census Bureau Data

The Census Bureau creates different sized geographic areas to organize this demographic information, the smallest unit of area being a "census block" and the biggest being counties. The data in this section contains census blocks, census block groups, census tracts, and counties.

There are no constraints or warranties with regard to the use of this dataset.

Related Resources

Comments, questions, compliments, or concerns can be directed to the staff from AGRC at agrc@utah.gov or 801-538-3665.

Updates
  • January, 2011

This dataset contains demographic information collected by the Census Bureau in 2000 for the census block, census block group, census tract, and county levels. Demographic population includes population counts, household counts, ethnicity counts, etc. The Census Bureau creates different sized geographic areas to organize this demographic information, the smallest unit of area being a "census block" and the biggest being counties.

There are no constraints or warranties with regard to the use of this dataset.

Related Resources

Summary File 1 and 2 focus on the information collected on the census short form – namely on age, sex, race, Hispanic/Latino origin, households, families, housing units, and owner/renter status.

Summary File 3 and 4 focus on social, economic and housing characteristics compiled from a sample of approximately 19 million housing units (about 1 in 6 households) that received the Census 2000 long-form questionnaire. Topics include income, education, occupation, ancestry, disability, foreign birth, commuting, household financial arrangements, year housing structure built and many other population and housing subjects.

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Updates
  • 2001
Populated Block Areas 2010 Approximation

Demographic.PopBlockAreas2010_Approx contains areas of census blocks that only represent populated areas. This dataset was created by AGRC using the original 2010 census blocks. The blocks were cut when necessary to only cover residential areas. This was done using aerial imagery and is an approximation.

There are no constraints or warranties with regard to the use of this dataset. This data was created by AGRC using U.S. Census Bureau 2010 Census data.

Related Resources

Comments, questions, compliments, or concerns can be directed to Bert Granberg from AGRC at BGranberg@utah.gov or 801-538-3563.

Updates
  • January, 2011
Populated Place Points 2010 Approximation

Demographic.PopPlacePts2010_Approx represents populated places and their approximate population. Incorporated municipality populations were determined by the U.S. Census Bureau. The population of unincorporated places were approximated by AGRC using a given place's surrounding census blocks and their 2010 census population counts.

There are no constraints or warranties with regard to the use of this dataset. This data was created by AGRC using U.S. Census Bureau 2010 Census data.

Related Resources

Comments, questions, compliments, or concerns can be directed to Bert Granberg from AGRC at BGranberg@utah.gov or 801-538-3563.

Updates
  • January, 2011
Urban Areas Census 2010

Demographic.UrbanAreasCensus2010 represents Census Bureau delineated urban areas that represent densely developed territory, encompassing residential, commercial, and other nonresidential urban land uses. In general, this territory consists of areas of high population density and urban land use resulting in a representation of the "urban footprint." There are two types of urban areas: urbanized areas (UAs) that contain 50,000 or more people and urban clusters (UCs) that contain at least 2,500 people, but fewer than 50,000 people (except in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Guam which each contain urban clusters with populations greater than 50,000). Each urban area is identified by a 5-character numeric census code that may contain leading zeroes.

There are no constraints or warranties with regard to the use of this dataset. This data was created by AGRC using U.S. Census Bureau 2010 Census data.

Related Resources

Summary File 1 (SF 1) and Summary File 2 (SF 2) focus on the information collected on the census short form – namely on age, sex, race, Hispanic/Latino origin, households, families, housing units, and owner/renter status.

The SF3 and SF4 products are not available for the 2010 census as the 'long form' was not gathered.

Comments, questions, compliments, or concerns can be directed to Bert Granberg from AGRC at BGranberg@utah.gov or 801-538-3563.

Updates
  • January, 2011