Esri is proud to announce the release of our 2011/2016 Updated Demographic Data. Our 2011/2016 data is based on Census 2010 counts and in 2010 geography to give our users the most accurate data in the most up-to-date geography available.
Census 2010 has revealed interesting changes in the demographics of our country – shifts in the distribution of the population, growth from immigration, increased diversity, fallout from the collapse of the housing market and the Great Recession, and increased vacancy rates. Using the Census 2010 data as the base for our 2011/2016 updates means those documented changes are incorporated, resulting in more accurate estimates and projections. Additionally, Census 2010 geography brings significant changes, including the addition of over 9,000 new block groups. Currency in geography matters not only in standard geographies such as counties, but also to the user-defined areas such as rings, drive times, and polygons. Using Esri 2011/2016 Data, which is based on Census 2010 data and in 2010 geography, ensures that your business decisions are based on the most accurate and current data available.
Esri’s 2011/2016 Updated Demographic database includes population, households by type and average size, age and sex, race and Hispanic origin, household income, per capita income, housing by occupancy and tenure, and more.
2011 Median Household Income by County
How can you access the 2011/2016 Esri Updated Demographic Data?
- Business Analyst Online Users: All subscribers have access to the 2011/2016 data in the Demographic and Income Profile, dynamic color-coded maps, and Smart Map Search. The Demographic and Income Profile also includes Census 2010 Data and is available in 2010 geography. Guest users can purchase the Demographic and Income Profile.
- Business Analyst Online Reports Add-in Users: All subscribers have access to 2011/2016 data in the Demographic and Income Profile.
- Business Analyst Desktop Users: Using online access credentials, Business Analyst Desktop users can access the 2011/2016 data directly through the Report and Analysis wizards as well as create thematic maps with the Color-Coded Maps toolbar.
- Business Analyst Server and API Clients: Business Analyst Server users can access the 2011/2016 data in their applications through the use of the Business Analyst Web APIs. Please stay tuned for a blog post later this week that will provide specific instructions.
- Database Clients: Esri can ship the 2011/2016 data in numerous easy-to-use formats in any (or all) of the following geographies: U.S., State, County, Census tract, Block Group, Place, ZIP Code, CBSA, DMA, County Subdivision, and Congressional Districts.
2011/2016 Updated Demographic Data can be found on the Demographic and Income Profile
2011 has been a very busy and rewarding year for us at Esri. We started the year with our release of the first American Community Survey (ACS) data for all areas, with the addition of our innovative Reliability Symbol. We had two separate releases of Census 2010 data from P.L.94-171 (redistricting data) and from SF1. We are concluding this year with the release of 2011/2016 Updated Demographic data based on Census 2010 and in 2010 geography.
We look forward to 2012 and continuing to provide you with current and accurate data products.
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