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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File.
Note: Population density is measured in persons per square mile. The land area measurement used to calculate population density excludes lakes and other water areas within.
OFM has developed profiles from the 2000 federal census data. Ten separate profiles are available for general population and housing characteristics, extracted from Summary File (SF) 1 data (100% data).
Profiles from the 2000 federal census are available for the counties of Washington. Derived from Summary File 1, these tables contain information based on the April 1, 2000, 100 percent count of population.
Profiles from the 2000 federal census are available for the Washington. Derived from Summary File 1, these tables contain information based on the April 1, 2000, 100 percent count of population.
SAS dataset for Washington
In- and out-migration flow data and the characteristics of these migrants for states and sub-state areas can only be derived from the individual state 2000 Census Public Use Microdata Samples (PUMS). While in-migrants to any given state can be analyzed using that state's file, analysis of out-migration requires analyzing data from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
These Detailed Demographic Profiles are based exclusively on Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF3) data, which consists of 813 detailed tables of Census 2000 social, economic and housing characteristics compiled from a sample of approximately 19 million housing units (about 1 in 6 households) that received the Census 2000 long-form questionnaire.
Population and housing characteristics
This table is a compilation of data from several Summary File 3 tables. Items include Group Quarters Population, Housing Unit Population by Tenure and Structure Type, Average Household Size by Tenure, Housing Unit Occupancy Status, and Occupied Housing Units by Tenure and Structure Type. Each component of this data table is described separately below.