The 2017 Pennsylvania Data User Conference
May 9, 2017
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Featuring data from the 2014 ACS 5-Year Estimates and various state and county sources
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Our Map of the Day directly connects to the U.S. Census Bureau’s servers. It will be unavailable during the federal government shutdown.
Due to the recent shutdown of the federal government, federal statistics will be unobtainable from typical sources like the U.S. Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For a variety of demographic and economic data related to Pennsylvania – and its counties and municipalities – please visit our dashboards page.
For more information on how to obtain federal data during the shutdown, please refer to Pew Research Center's guide on "How to get census data during the government shutdown."
Pennsylvania's southeast and southcentral counties continue their growth into the second half of the decade according to the 2016 County Population Estimates. The five fastest growing counties since 2010 include Cumberland, Centre, Lebanon, Lehigh, and Lancaster. Elsewhere in the state, however, most counties have experienced losses in their total populations.
For more information about county population change in PA, click here.
PaSDC News This month we celebrate Made in America Month with a feature on manufacturing in Pennsylvania. As always, other recent projects from the PaSDC and data releases from the U.S. Census B...
PaSDC Tipsheet This month’s tipsheet highlights data on topics related to college enrollment, mining and resource extraction employment, and cookie production. The tipsheet features a sample...