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Data Con LA 2022 - Pre-recorded - Hispanic Demographics basing on most recent 2020 Decennial Survey

Data Con LA 2022 - Pre-recorded - Hispanic Demographics basing on most recent 2020 Decennial Survey

Joe Long, President at Summit Capital _California
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Data analysis presentation using Tidycensus on R platform to analyze trends on major race and ethnic demographics, data from U.S. Census decennial data.

Joe Long, President at Summit Capital _California
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Data analysis presentation using Tidycensus on R platform to analyze trends on major race and ethnic demographics, data from U.S. Census decennial data.

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Data Con LA 2022 - Pre-recorded - Hispanic Demographics basing on most recent 2020 Decennial Survey

  1. 1. Hispanic Populations by 2020 Census Joe Long 2022-07-28
  2. 2. 2020 Hispanic Populations Tidycensus package (K. Walker and Herman 2021), R package designed to facilitate the process of acquiring and working with US Census Bureau population data in the R environment. The package has two distinct goals: * Data retrieval from Census * Data manipulation and wrangling for analysis FredR: R Interface package to the Federal Reserve Economic Data API. This package provides an interface to the Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED) API. FRED covers 240,000 US and international macroeconomic time series from 77 sources (including the World Bank, OECD, and BIS)
  3. 3. 2020 Hispanic Demographic Census • Three states with largest population : California (15.4 Million), Texas (11.3 Million), Florida (5.5 Million) • Three states with highest population percentage: New Mexico (48%), California (39%), Texas (39%) • State with largest increase from year 2010: Texas with 2,376,780 increase • State with largest decrease from year 2010: Puerto Rico with 504,245 decrease • State with larger increase percentage from year 2010: North Dakota with 148% from 13,467 (Year 2010) to 33,412 (year
  4. 4. ## Getting data from the 2020 decennial Census ## Using the PL 94-171 Redistricting Data summary file ## Warning in private$zoom == "alaska" || private$zoom == "hawaii": 'length(x) = 51 ## > 1' in coercion to 'logical(1)' ## Warning in private$zoom == "alaska" || private$zoom == "hawaii": 'length(x) = 51 ## > 1' in coercion to 'logical(1)'
  5. 5. • Hispanic employment by industry • Data source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 2017 • https://www.bls.gov/cps/cpsaat18.pdf
  6. 6. • EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER • Hispanic or Latino
  7. 7. Federal Reserve Data Depository: • FredR: R Interface package to the Federal Reserve Economic Data API. This package provides an interface to the Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED) API. • FRED depository covers 240,000 US and international macroeconomic time series from 77 sources (including the World Bank, OECD, and BIS).
  8. 8. • Starr County, TX has highest Hispanic Population • Total Population in Starr County, TX (TXSTAR7POP)
  9. 9. Number of Private Establishments: for All Industries in Starr County, TX (ENU4842720510) An establishment is an economic unit, such as a factory, mine, store, or office that produces goods or services. It generally is at a single location and is engaged predominantly in one type of economic activity. Where a single location encompasses two or more distinct activities, these are treated as separate establishments, if separate payroll records are available, and the various activities are classified under different industry codes.
  10. 10. Premature Death Rate for Starr County, TX The crude death rate is the number of deaths reported each calendar year divided by the population, multiplied by 100,000. Premature death rate includes all deaths where the deceased is younger than 75 years of age. 75 years of age is the standard consideration of a premature death according to the CDC’s definition of Years of Potential Life Loss.
  11. 11. Highlights: 2020 Hispanic Demographic Census • Three states with largest population : California (15.4 Million), Texas (11.3 Million), Florida (5.5 Million) • Three states with highest population percentage: New Mexico (48%), California (39%), Texas (39%) • State with largest increase from year 2010: Texas with 2,376,780 increase • State with largest decrease from year 2010: Puerto Rico with 504,245 decrease • State with larger increase percentage from year 2010: North Dakota with 148% from 13,467 (Year 2010) to 33,412 (year
  12. 12. Conclusion: • More questions than answers • New powerful tools for data analysis • Thank you • Joe Long

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