2007 Estimates and 2012 Projections Now Available from GeoLytics

April 26, 2007 -- Get the latest U.S. population demographics with the 2007 Estimates and 2012 Projections from GeoLytics. The 2007 Estimates and 2012 Projections include the Census Bureau’s post-hurricane county level estimates that adjust for population displacements in the Gulf States. This invaluable demographic data is an essential tool for business and marketing, as well as for current social research.

The 2007 Estimates and 2012 Projections provide basic demographic variables for the current U.S. population and for 5-year projections of population trends. The 2007 Estimates and 2012 Projections are available on CD (will be coming soon online). Variables include total population, population change, total households, race, age, gender, household income, owners vs. renters, and more. The data from the estimates and projections is available in 5 geographies: states, counties, tracts, block groups, and zip codes. You can also run a radius around a latitude/longitude point.

If you need more data than the basic 2007 Estimates and 2012 Projections provide, then you need the Estimates Professional 2007/2012. This product includes all the variables on the standard Estimates and Projections product, and also includes complete break-outs of sex-by-age-by-race, household types and household size, median incomes by race, and much more.

In addition, the Estimates Professional 2007/2012 has consumer expenditures and demographic profiles. Get consumer household spending for 2007 and 2012, as well as useful demographic profiles of geographic areas. The Estimates Professional is available on DVD (coming soon online) and in the same geographies: states, counties, tracts, block groups, zip codes, and radius.

GeoLytics is also able to build custom data sets for estimates and projections. Examples of custom work include creating data for boundaries other than our standard ones (state, county, zip, tract, block group), creating new variables, or creating data for different time periods other than 2007/2012, either earlier years like 2001, 2002, 2003 and so forth, or projecting out other years such as 2008, 2009, 2010 or more. Call us to discuss the details for your specific project.

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GeoLytics provides demographic and geographic data to social researchers and businesses. Our easy-to-use CensusCD datasets come with built-in mapping capabilities that create thematic maps for instant spatial display of your demographic information. More than 4,000 libraries, universities, government agencies, and businesses trust GeoLytics for their Census, Demographic, and GIS data.


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