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The numbers are in... 2010 Census for Connecticut

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Presented at GIS Day 2011 in Hartford, CT on November 17, 2011 by Michael Howser.

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The numbers are in... 2010 Census for Connecticut

  1. 1. The  Numbers  are  in…    2010  Census  for  Connec6cut   Michael  Howser   Connec0cut  State  Data  Center  Coordinator/   Undergraduate  Educa0on  &  GIS  Librarian   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  2. 2. According  to  the  2010  Census,  what   is  the  total  popula0on  for   Connec0cut?   A:  3,574,097   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  3. 3. Outline  •  Overview  of  CtSDC  and  MAGIC  •  2010  Census  Highlights  •  American  Community  Survey    •  Exploring  the  American  FactFinder  •  Visualizing  Data  –  Mul0ple  Approaches  •  Q  &  A   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  4. 4. What  is  the     Connec0cut  State  Data  Center?  •  Connec0cut’s  U.S.  Census   Bureau  Liaison  •  Part  of  the  Na0onal  Data   Center  Network  •  Assists  public  with  accessing   Census  Data  and  other  sources  •  Provides  custom  data   resources  for  Connec0cut  •  Funded  by  Office  of  Policy  and   Management   ctsdc.uconn.edu   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  5. 5. What  is  MAGIC?  •  University  of  Connec0cut   Libraries  Map  and  Geographic   Informa0on  Center  –  MAGIC  •  Over  220,000  print  maps  •  Historical  Aerial  Photography   for  Connec0cut    •  Provides  digi0zed  maps  and   aerial  photography  in  full-­‐ quality  TIFF  format  for   download  –  FREE!   magic.lib.uconn.edu   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  6. 6. Connec0cut  State  Data  Center  +   MAGIC  =  Data  &  Maps  •  Connec0cut  State  Data   Center  moved  to  MAGIC   in  October  2010  •  Collabora0on  combines   GIS  and  Mapping   technology  with  Census   data!  •  Custom  datasets  are   digitally  preserved   ctsdc.uconn.edu/maps.html   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  7. 7. Who  is  MAGIC  and  the     Connec0cut  State  Data  Center  Librarians   Undergraduate  Students  •  Steve  Baf   •  Nathan  Bruce  •  Michael  Howser   •  Steven  Daniels  •  Bill  Miller   •  Sophie  Do   •  Andrew  Erick  Graduate  Students   •  Edward  Fitzgerald  •  Jie  Lin   •  Tia  Hogan  •  Jon  Pollak   •  Shamara  James  •  Josh  Strunk   •  Richika  Makol   •  Brian  Perchal   •  Trevor  Rzucidlo   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  8. 8. According  to  the  2010  Census,  what  town  in  Connec0cut  has  the  smallest   popula0on?   A:  Union  (854)   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  9. 9. 2010  Census  Quick  Facts   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  10. 10. 2010  Census  Quick  Facts  •  Just  over  72%  of  U.S.   Households  mailed  back   their  forms  (same  as  2000)  •  48  million  addresses  were   followed  up  •  2010  Census  was  $1.6   Billion  under  budget!   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  11. 11. 2010  Census  Timeline   •  December  2010  –  Na0onal   Popula0on   •  Feb  -­‐    March  2011  –   Redistric0ng  Data  Released   •  May  2011  –  Demographic   Profiles  Released   •  June  –  Aug  2011  –   Summary  File  1  Released   •  December  2011  –   Summary  File  2  Released   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  12. 12. December  21,  2010  Connecticut State Data Center &Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  13. 13. 2010  Winners  and  Losers   Increase  in  House  Seats   •  Texas  (+4),  Florida  (+2),     Arizona  (+1),  Georgia  (+1),   Nevada  (+1),  South  Carolina  (+1),   Utah  (+1),  Washington  (+1)   Decrease  in  House  Seats   •  Ohio  (-­‐2),  New  York  (-­‐2),     Illinois  (-­‐1),  Iowa  (-­‐1),     Louisiana  (-­‐1),  Massachusefs   (-­‐1),  Michigan  (-­‐1),     New  Jersey  (-­‐1),  Pennsylvania  (-­‐1)   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
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  16. 16. What  is  Appor0onment?  •  Each  state  has  at  least   one  representa0ve  in  the   House  of  Representa0ves  •  435  Total  Seats  available  •  States  ranked  by   Popula0on  to  provide   equal  representa0on  per   person  •  Representa0on  based  on   Decennial  Census   youtube.com/watch?v=RUCnb5_HZc0   Popula0on  Counts   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  17. 17. 2010  U.S.  Census  Reappor0onment   (Public  Law  94-­‐171)  Data   2010.census.gov/2010census/data/   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  18. 18. Redistric0ng  Data  –  State  by  State   Released  by  April  1,  2011  •  Total  Popula0on  •  Race  (White,  Black  or  African  American,   American  Indian  and  Alaska  Na0ve,  Asian,   Na0ve  Hawaiian  and  Other  Pacific  Islander,   Some  other  Race)  •  Ethnicity  (Hispanic  or  La0no)  •  Vo0ng  Age  (18+  years  of  age)  •  Housing  Data  (Occupancy  and  Vacancy)   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  19. 19. U.S.  Popula0on  Snapshot   2000   2010  Total  Popula0on   281,421,906   308,745,538  (+9.7%)  White   211,460,626   223,553,265  (+5.7%)  Black  or  African  American   34,658,190   38,929,319  (12.3%)  American  Indian  &  Alaska  Na0ve   2,475,956   2,932,248  (18.4%)  Asian   10,242,998   14,674,252  (43.3%)  Na0ve  Hawaiian  and  Other  Pacific  Islander   398,835   540,013  (35.4%)  Some  Other  Race   15,359,073   19,107,368  (24.4%)  Hispanic  or  La0no   35,305,818   50,477,594  (43%)   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
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  21. 21. Connec0cut  Redistric0ng  Data  •  Released  March  9,  2011  @  2:00pm  •  Includes:     –  State   –  Congressional  District   –  County   –  Town   –  Tract   –  Block  Group   –  Block   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  22. 22. 2010  U.S.  Census  Data  -­‐  Connec0cut   2000   2010  Total  Popula0on   3,405,565   3,574,097  (+4.9%)  White   2,780,355   2,772,410  (-­‐0.3%)  Black  or  African  American   309,843   362,296  (16.9%)  American  Indian  &  Alaska  Na0ve   9,639   11,256  (16.8%)  Asian   82,313   135,565  (64.7%)  Na0ve  Hawaiian  and  Other  Pacific  Islander   1,366   1,428  (4.5%)  Some  Other  Race   147,201   198,466  (34.8%)  Hispanic  or  La0no   320,323   479,087  (49.6%)   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  23. 23. According  to  the  2010  Census,  what   is  the  median  age  (years)  of  the   popula0on  of  Connec0cut?   A:  40   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
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  31. 31. Want  to  Explore  the  2010  data?  •  For  Connec0cut  Data  Visit  ctsdc.uconn.edu   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  32. 32. 2010  &  2000  Connec0cut   Town  Data  Viewer   ctsdc.uconn.edu   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  33. 33. Exploring  Na0onal  Data  •  New  York  Times  2010  Census  Map   projects.ny0mes.com/census/2010/map   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  34. 34. 2000  and  2010  Comparison  Map   urbanresearchmaps.org/comparinator/pluralitymap.htm   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  35. 35. When  is  2010  Summary  File  3   data  being  released?   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  36. 36. American  Community  Survey   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  37. 37. What  is  the  American  Community   Survey?  •  American  Community  Survey  (ACS)     –  “yearly  census”  –  survey  of  popula0on  each  year   –  Includes  14-­‐17  pages  of  ques0ons   –  In-­‐depth  ques0ons     –  Takes  the  place  of  Decennial  Long  Form   –  Includes  a  1,  3,  and  5  year  dataset   –  Survey  based  with  a  sample  of  2.9  million   households  per  year   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  38. 38. ACS  Tips  •  Data  includes  both  number  and  margin  of   error  informa0on  •  If  you  need  to  combine  variables,  the  ACS   provides  documenta0on  on  how  to  total   variables.   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  39. 39. ACS  and  Connec0cut  •  1  year  ACS  provides  data  for  ci0es  and  towns   of  65,000  or  more  (8  in  total)  •  3  year  ACS  provides  data  for  ci0es  and  towns   for  popula0ons  of  20,000  or  more  •  5  year  ACS  includes  all  Connec0cut  towns  and   data  to  tract  level  (and  block  group)   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  40. 40. Visualizing  the  ACS  5  Year  Data   projects.ny0mes.com/census/2010/explorer   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  41. 41. American  FactFinder  Loca0ng  Data  from  the  Decennial  Census  and  American  Community   Survey   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  42. 42. New  American  FactFinder   Previous   Version  goes   offline  at  end   of  the  year   facvinder2.census.gov   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  43. 43. American  FactFinder  –  Let’s  Explore  •  Live  Demo  will  highlight   –  Data  Access  (Topics  and  Geographies)   –  Downloading  data   –  Crea0ng  Maps  from  Data  (crea0ng  SHAPEFILES!)   –  Sharing  Maps  and  Data  via  bookmarks  and  queries   hfp://facvinder2.census.gov     Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  44. 44. Stay  Current…  Follow  Us    ctsdc.uconn.edu   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  45. 45. Quick  Summary  •  Connec0cut  State  Data  Center  is  here  to  help!  •  2010  Census  does  not  include  Summary  File  3  (so  no   income  data  or  other  SF3  variables)  •  ACS  provides  a  comparison  guide  for  variables  you  can/ cannot  compare  with  decennial  census  •  Data  for  Connec0cut  is  being  processed  and  made   available  via  Connec0cut  State  Data  Center  website.  •  Connec0cut  State  Data  Center  offers  workshops  on  the   New  American  FactFinder  check  our  website  for  latest   offerings.   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC
  46. 46. Ques0ons?   View  Presenta0on  at:   hfp://goo.gl/VqAuo     Contact  us  at:  ctsdc@uconn.edu  Special  Thanks  •  Connec0cut  Office  of  Policy  and  Management  •  Na0onal  Endowment  for  the  Humani0es  •  On  the  Line:  How  schooling,  housing,  and  civil  rights  shaped  Harvord  and  its   suburbs  •  UConn  Department  of  Geography,  Center  for  Popula0on  Research,  and  CLEAR  •  UConn  Libraries  Digital  Projects  Team,  Directors  Council,  Informa0on  Technology   Services,  Planning  Team,  and  Undergraduate  Educa0on  Team  •  U.S.  Census  Bureau  Boston  Regional  Office  •  Connec0cut  Department  of  Energy  and  Environmental  Protec0on   Connecticut State Data Center & Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC

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