The U.S. Census Bureau released the redistricting data file for Michigan in 2011. This release included total and voting-age population counts for 63 race categories and Hispanic or Latino origin, population counts for American Indian and Alaska Native tribes, and population and housing characteristics such as age, sex, race, ethnicity, household structure, housing vacancy, and housing tenure. The data are available at all levels of geography – from census blocks in your community to the state total.
How have housing occupancy and vacancy patterns by race changed? How has the recession impacted families? With this tool, users can retrieve reports comparing comprehensive 2000 and 2010 Census data for their area of interest in Michigan.
Profiles are available for:
- Places: Cities and Villages
- Municipalities: Cities and Townships
- School Districts
- ZIP Code Tabulation Areas