Thanks to all for help. Besides the locations mentioned I also found
something call "state and county" quick facts that also allow you to get
the quick facts for places. It is handy if you are only after a few places.
On 7/26/2013 6:45 PM, Gemignani, Nancy wrote:
Ed, yes, they do calculate density. On AFF, it is a
"Geographic Comparison Table" for places at
The same table
for counties is at
What most folks don't know is that you can find the total area, land area, water
area, and population in Summary File 1 on the "Geographic Header", not the P or
H tables. To see the geo header in AFF, you can select it under "Product Type"
in the Topics selector then select SF1 in the "Dataset". Caution - the area
in the geo header is provided in square meters! You have to convert it to square miles by
dividing the figure by 2,589,988.
California State Census Data Center
Demographic Research Unit
(916) 327-0103 ext 2550
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Subject: [CTPP] Population Density
Someone asked me today to help them find the population density for a
variety of places in the US. I naturally jumped on FactFinder and began
working my way through 2010 SF1. After getting lost for about 30 I
wondered if the Census calculates population densities any more. I know
I should know the answer but....
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