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Connecticut Town Population 2010 & 2000

2010 Census Data
2000 Census Data

HOLC_legend This dual map viewer allows users to search for a town in Connecticut and compare the 2010 United State Census Redistricting (Public Law 94-171) data with the 2000 United State Census Data. To view the data for a town, click on the town and a pop-up window will appear which includes total the following data: Total Population, White, Black or African American, American Indian, Asian, Pacific Islander, Other race, Hispanic or Latino, Population age 18 and over (voting age), Housing Units Total, Occupied Housing, and Vacant Housing. Additional data is available by town that includes multiple race datasets and can be accessed from the Conneticut State Data Center's Data Page. Users can also search for a town using the address search feature below and both maps will automatically zoom to the town.

 

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2010 Data (Left) 2000 Data (Right)
Sources How to Cite

Data presented above is based upon the United State Census Bureau Decennial Census from 2000 and the 2010 Reapportionment Data (Public Law 94-171).info

 

 

 

APA 6th Edition
Connecticut State Data Center. (2011). Connecticut Town Population 2010 & 2000. Retrieved from http://ctsdc.uconn.edu/mashup/census_2010_pl_94_171_change_viewer.html.
Chicago 16th edition [author-date]
Connecticut State Data Center. 2011. "Connecticut Town Population 2010 & 2000." Accessed March 9. http://ctsdc.uconn.edu/mashup/census_2010_pl_94_171_change_viewer.html.
MLA 7th edition
"Connecticut Town Population 2010 & 2000." Connecticut State Data Center . Web. 9 Mar. 2011. <http://ctsdc.uconn.edu/mashup/census_2010_pl_94_171_change_viewer.html>.

 

 
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Credits
Benjamin Spaulding (GISDoctor.com)
Thomas Bachant, Jeffrey Dunn, Michael Howser, Jie Lin, (Connecticut State Data Center) and Joshua Strunk (University of Connecticut Libraries MAGIC)

 

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