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Minnesota State Demographic Center
State of Minnesota
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2010 Decennial Census
Historical Decennial Data
Age, Race, & Ethnicity
Births & Fertility
Children & Families
Health & Disability
Immigration & Language
Income & Poverty
Data by Place
MN Legislative District Data
Map & Viz Gallery
Map Minnesota State Senate Districts Population By Race Ethnicity
Map Official Unemployment Rate
Map Percent 25+ with Bachelor's Degree+
Map Percent 65 or Older
Map Percent In Poverty
Map Percent Under 18
Map Percent With Limited English
Map Workers By Place of Employment
Map Minnesota State House Districts Population By Race Ethnicity
Map Percent in Fair or Poor Health
Map: Predominant Racial or Ethnic Group
Viz Data visualization showing population change from 2010 to 2015 by state
Viz MN County Counts By Race Ethnicity 2000 2010
Viz MN farmers by county race ethnicity and sex 2012
Viz net migration patterns from 2010 to 2014 by state
Viz Population counts and percentages by age groups 2000 and 2010 for MN communities cities and towns
Viz: Population estimates for MN counties, 2000 to 2015
Viz SDC County Population Projections Through 2045
Viz MN Projections Through 2070
Reports & Resources
Demographic Day Camp
Guidance For Data Users
Greater MN: Refined & Revisited
SDC In The News
SDC in the news continued
Ada To Zumbrota Blog
Annual Statewide Summary
2015 ACS Release
2014 ACS Release
2013 ACS Release
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Why It's Important
Census Participation Map
Why It's Important
The data that will be collected by the 2020 census are critical for states, counties, and communities.
Census data determines the number of seats each state has in the U.S. House of Representatives, as well as districts for state government.
Census data guides federal spending allocation of approximately $589 billion to local communities every year.
Census data helps plan roads, schools, hospitals, senior centers, and emergency services to best serve changing populations.
Census data assists businesses in locating factories & stores, recruiting employees, and conducting market research.
Minnesota is at risk of
losing a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives
Even one missed person could mean
a forfeited $15,000 in funding
over ten years.
to understand how community needs are shifting.
Learn how Chambers of Commerce and other organizations in our state
use census data
Your community benefits the most when everyone counts.
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