Demographic data and trends help the government, agencies, and society prepare for issues and demands that arise from population growth and changes. For example, demographic studies aid in the development of adequate school systems, estimate the required funding for senior services and develop workable healthcare systems. A wide variety of social outcomes are impacted by demographic processes and distributions.
Basic Demographic Profile of Washtenaw County (2010, U.S. Census Data)
Find data tables of Washtenaw County population counts broken down by age, gender, race, household type, household size, housing occupancy, and housing tenure from 2010 U.S. Census data.
Basic Demographic Profile of Washtenaw County (2015, American Community Survey Estimates)
Find data tables of Washtenaw County population counts broken down by age, gender, race, and number of households, from American Community Survey Estimates.
Population Trends of Washtenaw County (1990-2015, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services)
Find population trends by Race, Gender, Age, and comparison to Michigan population trends. Also find other health trends for Washtenaw County, including Infant Mortality, Mortality and Poverty, Birth Rates, Birth Defects, and more.
Student Counts (1999-2017, Washtenaw Intermediate School District)
Find reports of number of students in each school district and charter schools. Reports broken down by grade, school building, race, ethnicity, gender, or special education students.
Racial Dot Map (2010 Census Data, National Data from University of Virginia Demographics Research Group)
Zoom in to locations to see racial distribution in dot format.