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The corresponding data files, data dictionary, and other documentation are available from SEER.

Adjusted files account for large population gains and losses in counties affected by intense 2005 Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The states with adjusted population estimates are Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas.

Updates and changes.

SEER Population Data - United States Files at State and/or County Level

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All States Combined (Adjusted) County 19 Age Groups 1969- White, Black, Other

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All States Combined County 19 Age Groups 1969- White, Black, Other

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All States Combined (Adjusted) County Single-year 1969- White, Black, Other

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All States Combined County Single-year 1969- White, Black, Other

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All States Combined (Adjusted) County 19 Age Groups 1990- 4 Expanded Races by Origin

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All States Combined County 19 Age Groups 1990- 4 Expanded Races by Origin

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All States Combined (Adjusted) County Single-year 1990- 4 Expanded Races by Origin

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All States Combined County Single-year 1990- 4 Expanded Races by Origin

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All States Combined (Adjusted) State 19 Age Groups 1981-2013 White and Non-White by Hispanic Origin

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All States Combined State 19 Age Groups 1981-2013 White and Non-White by Hispanic Origin

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All States Combined (Adjusted) State Single-year 1981-2013 White and Non-White by Hispanic Origin

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All States Combined State Single-year 1981-2013 White and Non-White by Hispanic Origin

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All States Combined (Adjusted) State 19 Age Groups 1981-2013 4 Expanded Races by Origin

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All States Combined State 19 Age Groups 1981-2013 4 Expanded Races by Origin

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All States Combined (Adjusted) State Single-year 1981-2013 4 Expanded Races by Origin

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All States Combined State Single-year 1981-2013 4 Expanded Races by Origin

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SEER Population Data - State and County Level Files for Each State

 

Alaska Alabama Arkansas Arizona California
Colorado Connecticut District of Columbia Delaware Florida
Georgia Hawaii Iowa Idaho Illinois
Indiana Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Massachusetts
Maryland Maine Michigan Minnesota Missouri
Mississippi Montana North Carolina North Dakota Nebraska
New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico Nevada New York
Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island
South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah
Virginia Vermont Washington Wisconsin West Virginia
Wyoming United States

Other sources of U.S. county population data:

For pre-1969 county data the Census provides county population estimates for 1900, 1910, ... , 1990.

The University of Virginia Library's Geostat Center created electronic versions of the 1944-on County and City Data Books. These have county population estimates for 1930, 1940, 1943, 1950, 1960.

Paper sources for pre-1969 data include Census Report P25-427 "Estimates of the population of counties and metropolitan areas, July 1, 1966", and P25-461 "Components of population change by county: 1960 to 1970".

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