County-level demographic characteristics of the population of the United States, 1930-1950
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County-level demographic characteristics of the population of the United States, 1930-1950 by Gardner, John

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Published by Inter-university Consortium for Political Research in [Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

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  • United States -- Population

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Other titlesDemographic characteristics of the population of the United States, 1930-1950: County-level
Statement[John Gardner and William Cohen]
SeriesICPR -- [0020], ICPSR (Series) -- 0020
ContributionsCohen, William, Inter-university Consortium for Political Research
The Physical Object
Pagination45 leaves ;
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14997599M

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Census: Population, Volume I. Characteristics of the Population, Part 1- This report presents statistics from the Census of Population on the number of inhabitants and the characteristics of the population of the United States, each State, counties, urban places, and certain types of areas. The two demographic characteristics were county population size, obtained from the – 5-Year American Community Survey of the U.S. Census Bureau and percent of the county population that resided in an urbanized area or urban cluster in as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau. We did not include age and race/ethnicity as predictors Cited by: 6. Oct 01,  · The database for USA Counties features over 6, items. Files include data published for population estimates and many items from the and Census of Population and Housing, the American Community Survey –, the census, the census and the , , , , , and economic censuses. White Americans are the majority in every census-defined region (Northeast, Midwest, South, West) and in every state except Hawaii, but contribute the highest proportion of the population in the Midwestern United States, at 85% per the Population Estimates Program (PEP) or 83% per the American Community Survey (ACS).