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Is the U.S. Population Getting Older and More Diverse?, Alexa Jones-Puthoff, U.S. Census Bureau

Friday, June 14, 2013 at 8:15 a.m. EDT

Alexa Jones-Puthoff, chief of the Population Estimates Branch, will appear live on C-SPAN's "Washington Journal" to discuss characteristics about the U.S. population.

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Presentation [PDF]

Biography: Alexa Jones-Puthoff

Slide 1
Slide 1:
Population Estimates by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin: 2012 [PDF]
Slide 2
Slide 2:
U.S. Population Reached 313.9 Million in 2012 [PDF]
Slide 3
Slide 3:
Growth Slowed 2000-2012; Asian is Fastest Growing Group [PDF]
Slide 4
Slide 4:
Source of Growth 2011-2012 Varies by Race/Ethnicity [PDF]
Slide 5
Slide 5:
11% of Counties Are Now Majority-Minority [PDF]
Slide 6
Slide 6:
Percent Change in Asian Population 2011-2012 [PDF]
Slide 7
Slide 7:
Percent Change in Hispanic Population: 2011-2012 [PDF]
Slide 8
Slide 8:
Percent Change in Black Population: 2011-2012 [PDF]
Slide 9
Slide 9:
Non-Hispanic White Alone Population Nearly 15 Years "Older" Than Hispanic Population [PDF]
Slide 10
Slide 10:
Population Aged 65 and Over Growing
[PDF]
Slide 11
Slide 11:
Nation Ages, but Some Areas Become Younger
[PDF]
Slide 12
Slide 12:
Asian Population as a Percent of County Population: 2012
[PDF]
Slide 13
Slide 13:
Hispanic Population as a Percent of County Population: 2012
[PDF]
Slide 14
Slide 14:
Black Population as a Percent of County Population: 2012
[PDF]
 

Sources of Information:

News Release: Asians Fastest-Growing Race or Ethnic Group in 2012, Census Bureau Reports (en Espanol)
Press Kit: National, State, and County Population Estimates by Demographic Characteristics

Additional Information:

Population Estimates main page

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Public Information Office | PIO@census.gov | Last Revised: June 14, 2013