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GeoLytics News: 2012/2017 Estimates Now Available

Friday, June 15, 2012

2012/2017 Estimates Now Available

The new 2012 Estimates/2017 Projections and the 2012 Professional Estimates / 2017 Projections are now available. The 2012/2017 Estimates Premium will be available in another few weeks.

The 2012 Estimates are based upon benchmarks from the official 2010 Redistricting and Summary File 1 (SF1) Block level Census and the 2010 American Community Survery (ACS) at the Block Group level.

These new estimates are in the 2010 geographies. The Summary File 1 and Redistricting data sets are used whenever possible since they are 100% counts of the population. Thus they are the central building block for the total population, race, Hispanic and housing counts. Whereas the ACS is the basis for income, educational attainment, housing value, and family structure. The use of the ACS is vital since none of these variables are included in the 2010 Redistricting or the 2010 Summary File 1.

The variable lists and geographies are the same across the three Estimate Sets (Basic, Professional and Premium) that we have released in previous years. To see a list of the existing variables in our Estimates products please go to our website  for Basic Estimates
and for Estimates Professional
 For each there is a tab with the variables, methodology, geography, etc.

As has been the case with previous versions, the Estimates data can be exported into comma seperate files, dbf files, maps which can be exported into shapefiles and summary reports for any of the geographies.


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