The US Census Bureau has been releasing the Census 2010 SF1 data for a few states each week. The Census 2010 SF1 data include more detailed demographics than the previously released Census 2010 redistricting data (which only had population, race and housing unit data).
Below is a list of states that I’ve finished adding the Census 2010 SF1 data into Cubit for. I’ll be updating this list as the Census Bureau releases more states and as I load the data into Cubit. For a complete list of states that the US Census Bureau has released Census 2010 SF1 data for, go here.
July 19th Cubit Release: Alabama, Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Kansas, Wyoming
July 28th Release: North Carolina, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Arizona
August 1st Release: California, New York, Minnesota, Montana & Oklahoma
August 15th Release: Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Missouri, New Hampshire, Ohio
August 22nd Release: Texas
Coming Soon: UT, VA, VT, WV & WI
[UPDATE: SF1 Data for all states is now available on Cubit!]
Here’s what the data looks like. Try Cubit for free for 7 days.
In the Current Demographic Report, you can get Total Population and Racial Breakdown Percentages…
…Sex, Age, and Detailed Age Breakdown data (which Age Breakdown data was the #1 most requested data that we add to Cubit ASAP)…
…Total Households, Average Household Size and Household Types.
In the current Housing & Transportation Report, you can get data on Housing Units, Occupied vs. Vacant Units and (not pictured) detailed Vacancy Rates.
Did I mention you can try Cubit for free for 7 days?
Any thoughts or questions about this new data? Let me know in the comments.