Skip to comments.Mapping the 2010 U.S. Census
Posted on 11/25/2011 8:12:28 PM PST by Windflier
Interactive map, showing every US county. Just roll your cursor over a county to see the latest census data.
From the article:
"Browse population growth and decline, changes in racial and ethnic concentrations and patterns of housing development."
(Excerpt) Read more at projects.nytimes.com ...
Populatin decline 8%
Vacant units up 68%
Seems kinda odd....
Tried using the data to fill in Travis’ CWII Cube theory. The amount of racial data is overwhelming, making simple analysis a real hassle.
I don't know which county you are talking about, but here are some numbers that come close with 20 families of 4 moving out:
Something's squirrely with that.
CWII would be chaotic. We’re not divided geographically, but ideologically/sociologically.
Great map...especially for people who are considering relocation...clear indicator of where people are heading...
What this shows is that the government is lying about the number of illegals here. One need only to mouse over every county in their state to see the incease...there are vastly more illegals here than the government will admit.
I can see this as a good tool for lots of different uses. Click on 'View More Maps' to see all sorts of different breakdowns of population data.
True. Sort of explains our politicians' pandering to them, doesn't it? Numbers USA is going to have a field day with this.
Tell you one thing that shocked me, was the distribution of blacks in the US. I would have expected them to be much more widely spread, but apparently their greatest concentration is still in the Deep South. I would have never guessed.
I had to look at that after a good night's sleep to see what you were talking about. I see it now. Apparently, there's a huge swath in the middle of the country that's losing population. We may be looking at big agri-business displacing family farms.
Very interesting! I guess one is certain, California is rapidly becoming majority controlled by Hispanics, with Texas right behind it. Florida has it’s fair share too but the only two really bad counties are Miami Dade and Broward. My county’s numbers are fine with me but Charlotte and Sarasota counties look even better.
Well one thing seems certain, the Hispanics like warm weather and to get away from them you have to live in cold states. Anything below 50 is not acceptable to me so I’m SOL if I wanted to move to another state. If I have to live with them, might as well spend more time at other home down South. At least them are nice and it’s much cheaper to live there.
In Florida Charlotte and Sarasota counties look good as of now. Jackson County, AL, good numbers, NE Georgia, SW Indiana most of W. Virginia... etc. You can still get away from them. My county is good right now, so I’ll say right where I am.
Looking at the numbers of African Americans, it appears they aren’t too keen on cold weather either.
You are exactly right but most counties do tend to lean one way or the other. States, not so much.
lol, I was wondering what your previous response was all about.
Mexico stole California and not a shot was fired.
I doubt the red states were allowed to fill out more than once census form.
That is crystal clear.
It looks clear to me the rural areas are emptying out and people are going to the big cities. Places like kansas, nebraska, and the dakotas don’t have many big cities so they get lots of the brown shaded counties. It also appears the old manufacturing cities of the great lakes areas are losing people while their adjacent suburbs are gaining. Wyoming is a mystery to me. I can’t figure out why they would be gaining people.
My gosh... my old cencus tract has the white population declined 19%. Hispanics went up 145% and blacks went up 123%. Wow...
You can run, but you can't hide forever. They're coming to a neighborhood near you, soon.
If the next administration doesn't do something effective to combat this menace, we're done.
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