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Census Reporter

Census Reporter is a Knight News Challenge-funded project to make it easier for non-researchers to write stories using information from the U.S. Census bureau. Place profiles and comparison pages provide a friendly interface for navigating data, including visualizations for a more useful first look.


Other Census Data

These are data sets from non-census years such as intercensal estimates, or data sets and maps created by MARC from census data.

Population Estimates for States, Counties and Cities (618k, updated 3/23/17)Kids on Playground

Annual July 1 U.S. Census Bureau population estimates for states and counties through 2016 and cities through 2015 in the Kansas City CSA. City data is sorted in alpha order and by county and includes the unincorporated population "balance" of each county. The dataset also includes housing units estimates by county and population components of change: births, deaths, and net migration. The 2016 city data is expected in May 2017.
 

Population Estimates by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin (4.6M, updated 7/28/15)

Annual July U.S. Census Bureau population estimates by age, sex, race and Hispanic origin, from 1990 through 2014 for states and counties in the Kansas City CSA.

Population Change, 1980-1990 (64k)

Bubble map showing where population increased or decreased in metropolitan Kansas City during the years between censuses.

Population Change, 1990-2000 (63k)

Bubble map showing where population increased or decreased in metropolitan Kansas City during the years between censuses.

The Population Change 2000-2010 bubble map as well as other maps are located on our Census 2010 page.
 

Other Source Data

These data sets are from sources other than the US Census Bureau. They include: 1) data from the states; 2) data from other federal departments; 3) MARC reports from these non-census data; and 4) private source data, purchased by MARC to enhance our databases, and made available in summary form.

Births and Deaths

An important building block in the production of population estimates is found in administrative records of births and deaths. An increase or decrease in either one or both indicators must be examined to determine a trend or an aberration.

To facilitate use of these data sets, they have been divided by geographic levels:

States and Counties (230k, updated 07/26/11) - includes selected characteristics for Kansas and Missouri, the 17 counties in the Kansas City-Overland Park-Kansas City CSA and Douglas County, KS (Missouri through 2008 and Kansas through 2010) with some data going back to 1911.

Selected Cities (102k, updated 04/01/15) - includes, among others, the largest cities in the CSA, most starting in 1980 (Missouri through 2012 and Kansas through 2013).

ZIP Codes (933k, updated 12/15/10) - includes all the ZIP codes in the CSA from 1980 through 2008.

Migration In and Out of the Kansas City MSA, 1995-2000 (50k, updated 11/30/03)

Details the number of persons moving in and out of the Kansas City MSA from 1995 to 2000.

Kansas City Area Migration Report 1994-2004 (updated 04/06)

A detailed look at migration trends into and out of the Kansas City area from 1994 to 2004. Top in-flow, out-flow metros, migration by year and migration within the Kansas City metro are all covered. PDF version (1.4MB)