Posts tagged ‘Oregon 2010 Census’

2010 Census: Oregon Statewide African-American Population Pct.



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Census 2010 Population – Black – Statewide

The African-American population is generally concentrated only in Oregon’s larger urban areas.

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available.

Source: Census Bureau.

2010 Census: Oregon Statewide White Non-Hispanic Population Pct.

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Census 2010 Population – White – Statewide

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available.

This map shows clearly how many unpopulated areas there are in Oregon, even in the the much more densely populated western part of the state.

Source: Census Bureau.

2010 Census: Lane County Asian-American Population Pct.

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Census 2010 Population – Asian – Lane

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available.

The Asian-American population is concentrated in the Eugene-Springfield Metro area (see: http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=5590).

Source: Census Bureau.

2010 Census: Lane County Hispanic-American Population Pct.

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Census 2010 Population – Hispanic – Lane

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available.

In contrast to the African-American and Asian-American populations, the Hispanic population has a presence outside of the Eugene-Springfield Metro Area.

For the Metro Area distribution, please see: http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=5594.

Source: Census Bureau.

2010 Census: Lane County African-American Population Pct.

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Census 2010 Population – Black – Lane

It’s clear that the African-American population is well integrated in the region. See http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=5586 for details on the Eugene-Springfield Metro area.

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available.

Source: Census Bureau.

2010 Census: Lane County White-Non Hispanic Population Pct.

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Census 2010 Population – White – Lane

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available.

The blank areas literally have no people according to the Census. This map really emphasizes how much of Lane County is essentially uninhabited wilderness.

The comparable map of the Eugene-Springfield Metro Area is at : http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=5755.

Source: Census Bureau.

2010 Census: Eugene-Springfield Oregon Area White Non-Hispanic Population Distribution

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Census 2010 Population – White – Eugene Metro

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available.

Oregon is a predominantly “white” state. The White Non-Hispanic population can be seen as the “reverse” of the minority population. In the Eugene-Springfield Metro, the minorities are concentrated in the urban areas.

Source: Census Bureau.

2010 Census: Eugene-Springfield Oregon Area Hispanic Population Distribution

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Census 2010 Population – Hispanic – Eugene Metro

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available.

The Hispanic population is more concentrated than either the African-American or the Asian-American populations. The clusters are in Springfield, West Eugene (both northwest and southwest), and in River Road and Santa Clara.

This might have an impact on City of Eugene redistricting. It might make sense to shift Ward 7 (Andrea Ortiz) to the west and north to create a district with a larger Hispanic population.

Current City of Eugene Ward Map

Source of data: Census Bureau. Source of map of wards: Lane Council of Governments.

2010 Census: Eugene-Springfield Oregon Area Asian-American Population Distribution

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Census 2010 Population – Asian – Eugene Metro

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available.

The Asian-American population appears a bit more concentrated than the African-American population. However, that is primarily because it is a larger population. The geographic concentration of this population is unlikely to be a factor in local redistricting.

Source: Census Bureau.

2010 Census: Eugene-Springfield Oregon Area African-American Population Distribution

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Census 2010 Population – Black – Eugene Metro

The data are mapped at the census block level, the smallest geography available.

The African-American population is widely distributed and integrated throughout the community. The geographic concentration of this population is unlikely to be a factor in local redistricting.

Source: Census Bureau.