The Missouri Census Data Center (MCDC) is a cooperative program among state agencies in Missouri and the U.S. Bureau of the Census. Its purpose is to enhance awareness of and access to public data, especially Census Bureau products.
The MCDC data archive, which includes many national collections as well as Missouri-specific data, is one of the premier sites in the country for accessing census and other public, machine-readable demographic and geographic data. Data may be accessed directly, via the public machine readable data archive, or by using one of the custom applications.
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Just a couple of late updates this time. They’re late because the raw data was released later than usual due to COVID and the decennial census. NCHS (National Center for Health Statistics) “bridged race” estimates for 2020, including state- and county-level numbers with detail by single years of age, race, sex, and Hispanic origin. These […]
For convenience of our Missouri users, we have added 2020 tract reference maps (PDF format) for all counties and St. Louis City to our data collection. Tract reference maps for other states are available from the U.S. Census Bureau’s site. For questions or technical assistance, please contact Glenn Rice at MCDC.
The U.S. Census Bureau has published a collection of state population profiles for 2020 as part of its “America Counts” story series. Missouri now has a population of 6,154,913 and 2,786,621 housing units. Between 2010 and 2020, Missouri’s population increased by 165,986, or 2.8%. By comparison, the overall U.S. population increase was 7.4%. Missouri’s under-18 […]
The PL94-171 (redistricting) data from the 2020 decennial census is now available in the MCDC data collection. This is the first major data release of the 2020 Census, comprising race / ethnicity / voting age demographics, along with housing tenure, for all U.S. geographic areas down to the census block level. MCDC’s new collection (/data/pl942020) […]
MCDC is pleased to announce the debut of the 2006-2010 Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Tables in our data archive. The Census Bureau’s EEO tabulations have served as the primary external benchmark for comparing the race, ethnicity, and sex composition of an organization’s internal workforce, and the analogous external labor market, within a specified geography and job category. […]