American factfinder is your source for population, housing, economic and geographic information united states - statistics for your community latest population, income, poverty, age, education, housing, business, industry, race, origins, language, governments and veterans statistics for united states. Asian americans are americans of asian descent the term refers to a panethnic group that includes diverse populations, which have ancestral origins in east asia, south asia, or southeast asia, as defined by the us census bureau. - according to the census bureau (2000), the asian americans and pacific islander (appi) population is among the fastest growing population in the united states.
Housing unit counts from the us decennial census: as of 2010, there were 308,516 housing units in seattle: this is nearly 38,000 (or 14 percent) more housing units than were in seattle in 2000 the 14 percent increase in housing units between 2000 and 2010 substantially outpaced population growth and household formation within the same decade. The city of seattle provides population and housing information from census 2010, census 2000, and prior decennial censuses for the city and its neighborhoods the information available includes: reports and tables of basic demographic information. The census 2000 public law 94-171 redistricting summary file contains summary statistics on counts for the total population, for the population 18 years and over, and population counts by race and by hispanic or latino origin data are available for many geographic types, including states, counties, places, census tracts, and blocks.
Over projection by the plan continued into 2000 with the plan projecting 15,276 total population, while the actual census figure was 14,943 as outlined in chapter 1 of this plan, population projections for the next 20-year period cannot. The asian american population is greatly urbanized, with nearly three-quarters of them living in metropolitan areas with population greater than 25 million the three metropolitan areas with the highest asian american populations are the greater los angeles area (1868 million in 2007), the new york metropolitan area (1782 million in 2007), and the san francisco bay area (979,000 in 2007. Asian pacific american community analysis periodic reports or fact sheets 2000 census data consists of population and housing data by. The 1970-2000 file provides an analysis of changes that took place across the 1970, 1980, 1990, and 2000 censuses a total of 27 variables are included and all variables are normalized to 1990 census tract boundaries.
Overall, the 2000 census indicate the strongest growth in numbers of the hmong population has occurred in parts of the south and midwest states lesser rates of growth are apparent in the eastern and especially the western states. California's asian population is the largest of any state in the nation, and its increase during a 12-month period was the largest in the country, according to the us census bureau the state's asian population reached 63 million through last summer, the latest period for which data is available, reflecting a 162,000 increase over july 2013. American factfinder is your source for population, housing, economic and geographic information. // the intercensal estimates for 2000-2010 for the united states housing units are produced by the census bureau's population estimates program by modifying the 2000-2010 postcensal estimates prepared previously for the united states to account for differences between the postcensal estimates for april 1, 2010 and the 2010 census counts.
Special reports the census 2000 special report series provides an in-depth analysis of census 2000 population and housing topics the reports utilize different modes of analysis, such as discussion text, maps, text tables, and graphics, to examine a wide variety of topics. African american, american indian or alaska native, asian, native hawaiian or other pacific islander, or some other race) and hispanic or latino origin for the state, all counties and municipalities with 35,000 or more persons based on the 2000 census. Selected historical decennial census population and housing counts bureau of the census provides links to online versions of selected historical reports reports are available in different formats (pdf, txt and html) but no multiple copies of reports. According to the us census bureau, the population of new york city as of april 1, 2000, was 8,008,278, the largest enumerated census population in the city's history the previous peak was in 1970, when the enumerated population stood at 7,894,862.
Selected historical decennial census population and housing counts are useful reports, looking at particular aspects of the census over time and demographic trends in the 20th century outlines the major issues that each census identifieda very useful overview of what you can learn from the census. According to the 2010 census, the asian american population in the united states grew 46% between 2000 and 2010, and 10% between 2010 and 2013, faster than any other racial group nationwide numbering only 69 million in 1990, there are over 194 million asian americans living in the united states as of 2013. Census 2000 showed that the united states population was 2814 million on april 1, 2000 of the total, 119 million, or 42 per-cent, reported asian1 this number included. Asian/hawaiian/pacific islander population - this is the number of people in the tract that listed themselves as non-hispanic asian or pacific islander on the 2000 census black population - this is the number of people in the tract that listed themselves as non-hispanic black/african/american on the 2000 census.