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Summary File 3 data

Summary File 2 data

On April 3, 2002, the U.S. Census Bureau released basic demographic data for up to 249 race and ethnic groups down to the census tract level in Washington.

Summary File 2 (SF2) consists of 36 population and 11 housing tables. Each table is iterated for as many as 132 race groups, 78 American Indian and Alaska Native tribal categories, and 39 Hispanic or Latino groups. Population subjects covered include age, sex, household relationship and household type. The data for occupied housing units include tenure (whether the unit is owner- or renter-occupied), household size and age of householder. SF2 is a compilation of 100 percent data information taken from the questions asked of all people and about every housing unit as of April 1, 2000.

Race Detail from Summary File 2 — Population by Age and Sex and Median Age, by Selected Race Detail Categories, Alone and In Combination with Other Races, Washington State:

Summary File 1 data

On July 11, 2001, the U.S. Census Bureau released the first detailed data based on Census 2000 questions asked of all people and about every housing unit in the state of Washington. The electronic file (Summary File 1) includes statistical data on the following population items: sex, age, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, household relationship, and household and family characteristics. Housing items include occupancy status and tenure (whether the unit is owner- or renter-occupied). Summary File 1 contains 286 tables for states, counties, county subdivisions, places, census tracts, ZIP code tabulation areas, as well as congressional districts for the 106th Congress and, where applicable, American Indian and Alaska Native areas and Hawaiian home lands. For most subjects, data for census block groups and blocks also are shown.

Public Use Microdata Sample 5 Percent data

The Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) files contain individual records of the characteristics for a 5 percent sample of people and housing units derived from Census 2000 data. The PUMS data are available for geographic units known as super-Public Use Microdata Areas (super-PUMAs) and Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAs). Each super-PUMA contains a minimum population of 400,000 and each PUMA contains a minimum population threshold of 100,000.

4-Page demographic profiles

On May 7, 2002, the Census Bureau released additional demographic profile data for Washington based upon the responses to census long-form questions. Some of the characteristics included in these profile tables are: educational attainment, marital status, grandparents as caregivers, disability status, language spoken at home, place of birth and ancestry; employment status, occupation, industry, commuting to work, income in 1999 and poverty status in 1999; units in structure, year structure built, vehicles available, home heating fuel, value of owner occupied housing units and monthly rent.

Geographic crosswalk for Washington

A new geographic crosswalk relating legislative district, city, and school district is available. This crosswalk is also available on the Census 2000 GIS data layers page.

Census 2000 Redistricting summary file

Census Day was April 1, 2000. Within one year of that date, the Census Bureau is obligated by Public Law 94-171 to provide each state with the population data that can be used to redraw federal, state and local legislative districts. 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.

Selected Census 2000 data tables

  1. Ranking of counties and cities and towns by total population
  2. Total population by race: state, counties, and places in Washington
  3. Non-Hispanic population by race: state, counties, cities and towns in Washington
  4. Total population for two or more races: state, counties, and places in Washington
  5. Non-Hispanic population for two or more races: state, counties, and places in Washington
  6. Total population by race: Census tracts in Washington
  7. Non-Hispanic population by race: Census tracts in Washington
  8. Total population for two or more races: Census tracts in Washington
  9. Non-Hispanic population for two or more races: Census tracts in Washington
  10. Total population by race: state, counties, cities and towns in Washington
  11. Total population by age category and Hispanic origin, Washington
  12. Total population by race and Hispanic origin, reservations and tribal designated statistical areas in Washington
  13. Total population by race and Hispanic origin, school districts in Washington
  14. Total population by race and Hispanic origin, census-designated places in Washington
  15. Total population by age category and Hispanic origin, school districts in Washington
  16. Total population by age category and Hispanic origin, counties, cities, and towns in Washington
  17. Population by race alone and in combination
  18. Population by race alone and in combination
  19. Washington State Census 2000 population by age, sex, and race/ethnicity
  20. Population by single year of age and gender for Washington State and counties
  21. Population by single year of age and gender for all states in the US
  22. American Indian and Alaska Native population by age and sex and median age, by selected race detail categories, alone and in combination with other races, Washington State
  23. Asian population by age and sex and median age, by selected race detail categories, alone and in combination with other races, Washington State
  24. Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander population by age and sex and median age, by selected race detail categories, alone and in combination with other races, Washington State
  25. Population and housing by urban/rural designation for counties
  26. Census 2000 definition of urban and rural at Census 2000 urban rural info
  27. Total population and non-Hispanic population by single year of age for the seven major race categories by county
  28. 2000 county-to-county workflow
  29. County-to-county migration flows between 1995 and 2000
  30. Washington State Census 2000 population rank by age, sex, and race/ethnicity

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