Census 2010 - a first look at Utah results

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Publication Type journal article
School or College David Eccles School of Business
Research Institute Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Author Perlich, Pamela S.
Other Author Downen, John C.
Title Census 2010 - a first look at Utah results
Date 2011
Description Early results from the long-awaited 2010 Census are revealing the outlines of the more detailed portrait that will not be available for at least a couple more years. This essay reviews the top-level population change and geographic distribution results primarily from the redistricting data set.1 We concentrate on state- and county-level results. This redistricting data from Census 2010 again confirm that Utah is located in a growth region of the nation. Within the state, Salt Lake County has maintained its position as the most populous, but Utah County gained most residents in the 2000-2010 period. Certainly Utah retains many of its signature demographics, but it continues to trend toward the nation. As is true of the nation, Utah continues to become more racially and ethnically diverse, with youth on the leading edge of this transition.
Type Text
Publisher Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Subject Census; 2010; Utah; Demographics; Population; Age; Sex; Race; Ethnicity
Language eng
Rights Management ©Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Format Medium application/pdf
Format Extent 1,370,826 bytes
Identifier ir-eua/id/2627
ARK ark:/87278/s6h70xcp
Setname ir_eua
Date Created 2013-02-27
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 213824
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6h70xcp
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