Data in the following files include Census 2010 results by various geographies and characteristics. File content ranges from total population, population by race and ethnicity, growth rate from the prior census, population density (persons per square mile), and US Congressional seat apportionment.
The Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS) is a great source for detailed population and household characteristics, giving estimates and margins of error for many aspects of the American population. However, sometimes users must blend ACS results in order to arrive at the exact measure needed – hard to do correctly if users are not familiar with statistics.
This Excel based file contains several “calculators” that let users enter official ACS results from the Census Bureau and come away with approximations of the true measure needed.
The State Data Center is a networked partnership of several Oklahoma agencies, including the Oklahoma Department of Libraries which serves as the SDC’s Coordinating Agency. Steve Beleu with the ODL has prepared three files designed to assist users with the best practices for using American Community Survey data from the US Census Bureau. You can access these files by using the following links.
This section provides U.S. Census Bureau statistics and data organized by city (place), county, state, and nation as well as equal employment reports and census figures for specific demographic populations. Choose a link or category below to find specific Census reports. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, please contact the Oklahoma Census Data Center at 405-815-5182 or 800-879-6552.
The Oklahoma Census Data Center and the Business & Industry Data Center Program provides data, expertise in analyzing and packaging census data in ways designed to assist community and business decision-makers, and training around the various statistical research released by the U.S. Census Bureau. The Oklahoma Department of Commerce serves as the program’s lead agency. Oklahoma State/Business & Industry Data Center Affiliates & Data Resources
These reports, compiled every two years for the governor and state legislature, provides labor force trends, House and Senate districting demographics, population trends, and statewide trends in aging.
For information on issues confronting Oklahoma’s children across the state and throughout our counties, turn to the annual Oklahoma KIDS COUNT Factbook. The factbook gives numbers and information on teen births, child abuse, juvenile crime, high school dropouts, child and teen deaths, child poverty, infant mortality and low birth-weight infants.