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Overall intercensal county population going back to 1970 (that is, NOT by age, sex race, and Hispanic origin) is also available.

The SAS, Stata, and CSV files were set up to make the county intercensal population by age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin data easier to use.

Updates and changes.

Year(s) Source Data File Layout Stata SAS CSV Desc
2010-2015 data pdf dta sas7bdat csv desc
2000-2010 data pdf dta sas7bdat csv desc
1999 data txt dta sas7bdat csv desc
1998 data dta sas7bdat csv desc
1997 data dta sas7bdat csv desc
1996 data dta sas7bdat csv desc
1996 data dta sas7bdat csv desc
1995 data dta sas7bdat csv desc
1994 data dta sas7bdat csv desc
1993 data dta sas7bdat csv desc
1992 data dta sas7bdat csv desc
1991 data dta sas7bdat csv desc
1990 data dta sas7bdat csv desc

The files below might be handy when age is not needed.

Year(s) Source Data File Layout Stata SAS CSV Desc
2000-2010 Sex-Race-Hispanic ( no age ) data pdf dta sas7bdat csv desc

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Last Update: October 17, 2016

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