Census 2010

Age and gender fact sheet

This fact sheet presents 2010 Census demographic profile data for Hennepin County and all cities that lie completely within the county. Topics covered include age and gender population counts from 2000 to 2010 by city. During that decade, the baby boomer population in the county declined, although every city experienced an increase in the number of people between 50 and 64 as baby boomers moved into this age group. There were 43,000 fewer baby boomers living in Hennepin County in 2010 than in 2000.

Population, income and poverty fact sheet

This fact sheet presents 2010 Census counts of population and demographic data and 2010 American Community Survey (ACS) estimates of income, poverty, education and immigration for Hennepin County and its four cities with populations greater than 65,000. These four cities account for 53 percent of the county’s population. Comparisons are made to 2000 Census data.

Households and family types fact sheet

This fact sheet presents 2010 Census data for households and family types in Hennepin County. Some comparisons in household composition are made to the Censuses of 1990 and 2000. The percentage of households that are occupied by a single person age 65 or older has held steady around nine percent since 1990, even though the number of those households increased from 37,466 to 42,657.

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American Community Survey mid-sized cities

The ACS is an annual survey created by the U.S. Census Bureau in response to requests for more current information in the years between the 10-year censuses. This document presents estimates of population demographics, income and poverty, education, households, and immigration from the 2010-2012 American Community Survey (ACS) for cities in Hennepin County that have populations of 20,000 or more.

Hennepin County 2010-12 American Community Survey 3-Year Estimates: Cities with Populations of 20,000 or more (PDF)

American Community Survey small cities

The American Community Survey (ACS) is an annual survey created by the U.S. Census Bureau to provide more current information in the years between the 10-year censuses. ACS data is not based on an actual count of the U.S. population as is the decennial census, but is instead collected annually through a rolling survey of a sample of Americans. For this reason, ACS results are regarded as estimates and there are margins of error associated with the data.  

This document presents 2010 Census counts of population, along with estimates of educational attainment, immigration, housing costs, and income and poverty from the 2008-2012 American Community Survey (ACS) for cities in Hennepin County that have populations of less than 20,000.  The ACS estimates are generated from survey data, and it is important to note that some of the margins of error associated with the estimates may be quite large, especially for cities with smaller populations, thus making some estimates unreliable. It is for this reason the term “NA” (not available) appears instead of an estimate for some data items in the city fact sheets.

Hennepin County 2008-12 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates: Cities with Populations of less than 20,000 (PDF)

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