CENSUS 2010 PUBLIC USE MICRODATA AREA PUMA MAPS PDF

However, there are population restrictions for the data. The five-year data have no population limits, but it is also not very timely. This means that a file based on annual data or even three-year data have lots of the country excluded. In addition, sometimes items are not available in the tabular data. Likewise, the percent of ACS questionnaires that were returned by mail is only available from the microdata files. One could always illustrate statistics via PUMAs, but these are not familiar to the public.

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Their usage popularity will change in the years ahead. But vintage PUMAs are now both new and offer many analytical opportunities on their own. PUMAs are special non-overlapping areas that partition each state into contiguous geographic units containing no fewer than , people each.

In addition to the U. PUMA maps may be viewed in two ways. The maps appear in the form shown above. The second option provides the ability to view PUMAs in context with other geography, such as census tracts, and to display thematic pattern maps using the ACS data. The five-digit code is unique only to Arizona. The ACS year estimates were released in October The data are very fresh! The ACS year estimates will be released in the fall , and similarly on an annual basis — for the same PUMA geographic area definitions.

Soon we will have a time series. Then we will able to examine trends based on wide-ranging demographic-economic data for each or all of the vintage PUMAs. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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Their usage popularity will change in the years ahead. But vintage PUMAs are now both new and offer many analytical opportunities on their own. PUMAs are special non-overlapping areas that partition each state into contiguous geographic units containing no fewer than , people each. In addition to the U. PUMA maps may be viewed in two ways. The maps appear in the form shown above. The second option provides the ability to view PUMAs in context with other geography, such as census tracts, and to display thematic pattern maps using the ACS data.

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2010 PUMA Definitions

They are the only sub-state geographic identifiers on the PUMS records. But now that these areas are being used to publish summary tables based on the American Community Survey data, they have become much more widely used. Because they are required to have a minimum population of ,, all PUMA areas exceed the 65, population threshold, thus insuring that there will be single-year ACS data for them published each year. Our purpose here is to describe these entities and refer you to resources that will help you to understand and use them. PUMAs are redefined every ten years in conjunction with the decennial census. There have been some very noteable changes. The differences are not just in the specific geographic boundaries, but in the guidelines used to create them as well.

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