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Census 2010

2010 Demographic Profiles

Indiana's demographic profiles – which provide detail on age, race, Hispanic origin, sex and housing status were released on May 26, 2011. Summary File 1 (SF1) includes greater detail and more geographic information and was released on August 4, 2011.

Profiles for Counties, Townships, Cities/Towns, Metros/Micros and Legislative Districts

All Data by Geography

You can also access more detailed SF1 data on American FactFinder or from census.ire.org.

Radius Profile

Census 2010 Circular Area Profiles (Missouri Census Data Center)

Population, Race and Housing Data Extracts

Local data from the redistricting file (P.L.94-171) for Indiana were released by the U.S. Census Bureau on February 10, 2011. We have extracted key variables from that file to enable easier use. In addition, we have made maps, profiles and other tools specifically for Indiana users!

Geographies: county, city, township, congressional district, state legislative (house and senate) districts, school districts and census tracts. Variables: total population; 18 and older; under age 18; white, black, Asian, other, and multi-race; Hispanic; white, non-Hispanic; a minority tabulation; total count of housing units, as well as the number that were occupied and the number vacant.

iconMaps

View the Census 2010 map gallery with interactive maps

Congressional and Legislative District Profiles

Learn more about redistricting at our Redistricting Topic Page.

New Districts Created in 2011

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Districts Created in 2001 (Current Districts as of Census 2010)

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Population Counts for States

Census 2000

Census 1990

Historical Decennial Census Data

Special Censuses

Local officials frequently request a Special Census—an enumeration of population, housing units and group quarters— when there has been a significant population change in their community due to annexation or growth.

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