Census 2010

​​The Census is a complete count of all persons living in the United States mandated by the U.S. Constitution. The population is counted every 10 years and the results are used to allocate Congressional seats, electoral votes and government program funding. The most recent census was held in 2010.

The Maryland State Data Center is designated by the U.S. Census Bureau as the repository and service center for census data pertaining to the state.​​

Latest data releases from U.S. Census Bureau

Population Density

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Revised Date: November 2011

 

Decennial Census reports from 2000 and 2010 for Priority Funding Areas (PFAs) boundaries as they existed in 2011.​

 

Comparisons Between Census 2000 and 2010, Inside/Outside PFA for Selected Census Characteristics :

 
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Additional Census Characteristics for State of Maryland, Counties and Baltimore City :

  • ​​Census 2010 report shows total, inside and outside 2011 PFA :

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  • Census 2000 report shows total, inside and outside 2011 PFA :

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Tracking Residential Growth Inside and Outside of PFAs 1940 to 2009