CEDS | Socio-Economic Data
Economic development districts are designated in regions where the 24-month unemployment rate or the per capita income is less than 80% of the national average.
StatsAmerica uses data tools to benchmark economic distress and quickly calculate whether our region may meet grant thresholds for unemployment and income.
Click to view our latest regional economic distress criteria information.
The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ongoing statistical survey by the U.S. Census Bureau. It regularly gathers information previously contained only in the long form of the decennial census, such as ancestry, educational attainment, income, language proficiency, migration, disability, employment, and housing characteristics.
These data are used by many public-sector, private-sector, and not-for-profit stakeholders to allocate funding, track shifting demographics, plan for emergencies, and learn about local communities. Sent to approximately 295,000 addresses monthly (or 3.5 million per year), it is the most extensive survey after the decennial census that the Census Bureau administers.
The US Census Bureau American QuickFacts provides statistics for all states and counties, and for cities and towns with a population of 5,000 or more.
What is the Margin of Error (MOE)? Definition: An MOE is a measure of the possible variation of the estimate around the population value. At a given confidence level, the estimate and the actual population value will differ by no more than the value of the MOE. A 90% confidence level is the Census Bureau Standard.
Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability. The degree of uncertainty for an estimate arising from sampling variability is represented through the use of a margin of error.
By scrolling over these charts, users can expand the information or highlight certain individual components of the data. These data insights help reveal how our region is changing demographically, economically and socially.
Arizona population projections are made for July 1st of each year in the projection period. In addition to the baseline projections (the medium series), a low series and a high series were also produced using alternative assumption.