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Postcensal population estimates

Postcensal population estimates

states, counties, and places

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, Bureau of the Census in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cities and towns -- United States -- Statistics.,
  • Estimation theory.,
  • United States -- Population -- Statistics.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John F. Long.
    SeriesTechnical working paper -- no. 3., Technical working paper series -- no. 3.
    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of the Census. Population Division.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination27 leaves
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17696607M

    Death rates shown in this report are calculated based on postcensal population estimates as of July 1, , and July 1, , which are consistent with the April 1, , census. Differences between death rates were evaluated using a two-tailed z by: accuracy of postcensal population esti-mates for states and local areas. There have been more than a dozen official re-ports, journal articles, and book chapters spanning a quarter of a century.' Our last * Staff members of the Population Estimates and Projections Branch, Population Division, assisting with this article are Jerome M. Glynn.

    Population used for computing death rates are postcensal estimates based on the census estimated as of July 1, Get this from a library! Evaluation of postcensal county estimates for the 's. [Sam T Davis; United States. Bureau of the Census. Population Division.].

    This Book Covers Syllabi Of Various Universities In Sociology In The Papers Entitled: Demography; Social Demography; Population Studies; Population Problems; Vital Statistics In India Etc. Analytic Presentation Of Data Derived From Authentic Sources; Holistic Approach To Controversial Problems; Simple And Easy Narration With Examples From Indian 5/5(3). Ottawa Population. Question: What is the population of Ottawa? Answer: Ottawa, Canada (Administrative unit: Ontario) - last known population is ≈ (year ).This was % of total Canada population growth rate would be same as in period (+%/year), Ottawa population in would be: 1 *.


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Postcensal population estimates are an integral part of the U. statistical system -- combining census results with tabulations on vital events, providing the population controls by which household survey results can be weighted, and producing a continuous and up-to-date time series of changing population size and distribution between censuses.

This project requires estimates of the total resident population and the following age groups: under age 5, age 5 to 17 years, under and age 65 and over. We use postcensal estimates of the resident population as predictor variables in. Postcensal estimate.

Intercensal estimates are one of the two types of population estimates, the other being postcensal ensal estimates are considered to be more accurate than postcensal estimates, because they approximated between two dates with the exact figure (accounting for errors) being known and being considered factual.

Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX A: Postcensal Population Estimation Methods of the Census Bureau."National Research Council. Estimating Population and Income of Small gton, DC: The National Academies Press.

doi: / The estimation procedures used with the American Community Survey (ACS) include a poststratification step that employs postcensal population estimates by demographic strata as controls. The controls are applied within estimation areas that consist of larger counties or combinations of smaller counties.

However, due to the decennial census, July 1 estimates for were not calculated by the Census at the time of the Data Book's printing. Child Population data from U.S. Census Bureau, Decennial Census, File QT-PL Race, Hispanic or Latino, Age, and Housing Occupancy: Postcensal Population Estimates, State Estimates DOCUMENTATION FILE ONLY ABSTRACT WEST REGION HAS 9 OF THE 10 FASTEST GROWING STATES, CENSUS BUREAU SAYS For the second year in a row Nevada was the Nation's fastest growing state.

In fact, the West contained 9 of the nation's 10 fastest growing states between July and. Chapter pages in book: (p.

- ) Development of Postcensal Population Estimates for Local Areas HBNRY s. SHRyocK, JR., BUREAU OF THE CENsus Over the half century that the Bureau of the Census has been con­. Bridged-Race Population Estimates Produced by the U.S. Census Bureau in collaboration with the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).

- By Year, State, County, Race (4-categories), Ethnicity, Sex and Age (1-year or 5-year groups). An Evaluation of the Accuracy of Population Estimates by Age, Sex and Race for Florida and Its Counties, pp. in: K.V. Rao & Jerry W. Wicks (eds.), Studies in Applied Demography: Proceedings of the International.

Intercensal estimates are estimates that are bracketed on both sides by decennial census or state-certified special census counts. As such, they yield a more consistent series than postcensal estimates which only reference the prior census point. April 1 intercensal estimates of population (state and county only): Definitions: Estimated number of children younger than age five by race and ethnicity.

Data presented for through are from Vintage Bridged-Race Postcensal Population Estimates, which are produced under a collaborative arrangement between the Center for Disease Control's National Center for Health Statistics and the U.

Census Bureau. The National Vital Statistics System is the oldest and most successful example of inter-governmental data sharing in Public Health and the shared relationships, standards, and procedures form the mechanism by which NCHS collects and disseminates the Nation’s official vital statistics.

These data are provided through contracts between NCHS and. Census: Intercensal and Postcensal Data (Used for Indicators E1, E2, E3, E7, E8, E12, H3) Brief description of the data set The U.S.

Census Bureau collects detailed population data for the entire United States every 10 years. These data are combined with birth, death, migration, and net international immigration data to estimate populations for.

Abstract. The U. Bureau of the Census produces population estimates for the nation, states, counties, and places (cities, towns, and townships) as part of its program to quantify changes in population size and distribution since the last by: Get this from a library. Postcensal population estimates: states, counties, and places.

[John F Long; United States. Bureau of the Census. Population Division.]. Population estimates can be divided – based on their time reference and method of derivation – into intercensal estimates, which relate to a date between two censuses and take the results of these censuses into account, and postcensal estimates, which relate to a date following a census that take that census into account, but not later.

The March Supplement to the Current Population Survey (CPS), based on a sample size of ab households, provides national estimates for. The solution is to use utilize more recent data including births, deaths, school enrollment, building permits, and other data to develop on-going estimates of the population (i.e., postcensal estimates).

Once the next Census is conducted, estimates from the previous decade are revised to target the new enumeration (intercensal estimates). Vintage postcensal estimates of the resident population of the United States (April 1,July 1, July 1, ), by year, county, single-year of age (0, 1, 2., 85 years and over), bridged race, Hispanic origin, and sex.

Prepared under a collaborative arrangement with the U.S. Census Bureau. This is a versatile guide through the complex issues of population estimation and projection.

Raymondo begins with the distinction between population estimates and projections, proceeds to take the reader through the issues of basic demographic measures, sources of data, levels of geographic analysis, and the selection and application of methods of estimation and projection.Postcensal data on births, deaths, and school enrollment are used for estimates of the total Hispanic population and data from the two most recent decennial censuses are used for.

RCW states that the Office of Financial Management (OFM) shall annually determine the April 1 populations of all cities and towns of the state. OFM population estimates for cities and towns are used in state program administration and in the allocation of selected state revenues (RCW ).

Population estimates for counties are used to .