Salt Lake City census 2010 atlas

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Publication Type report
School or College David Eccles School of Business
Research Institute Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Author Downen, John C.
Other Author Perlich, Pamela S.
Contributor University of Utah DIGIT Lab
Title Salt Lake City census 2010 atlas
Date 2013-02
Description This volume presents and analyzes results from the 2010 Census of Population and Housing. This mandatory enumeration is conducted by the federal government and is used to determine reapportionment and redistricting. This is the most complete record of population, households, and housing units that is generated for communities and neighborhoods across the nation. It has been conducted every ten years since 1790. Records from these enumerations inform much of our understanding of our changing communities. Individual records, which are released 72 years after collection, are extensively used for genealogy and other family history research. The 2010 Census comprised ten questions and was essentially the "short form" used in prior enumerations. These included questions about the age, gender, race, and ethnicity of individuals residing at specific addresses. Additional persons living together in a household were also asked about their relationship to each other. Housing units were counted in the census and were classified by occupancy (vacant or occupied) and tenure (rented or owned). Persons residing in the community but outside households were classified as part of the group quarters population. This includes homeless persons as well as those residing with others in settings such as college dormitories or correctional facilities.
Type Text
Publisher Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Subject Demographics; Salt Lake City; Utah; Census
Language eng
Rights Management ©Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Format Medium application/pdf
Format Extent 6,520,395 bytes
Identifier ir-eua/id/2624
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Setname ir_eua
Date Created 2013-02-26
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 213821
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