Courtesy of the New York Times
Arizona 2010 Census Information
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- Coconino county (includes parts of Sedona): 15.6%
- Yavapai county (includes parts of Sedona): 26.0%
- Maricopa county (includes greater Phoenix): 24.2%
Major changes in ethnicity/race from 2000 census:
- Coconino county: Asians +99%
- Yavapai county: Asians +104%
- Maricopa county: Asians +99%
- Coconino county: Whites +11%
- Yavapai county: Whites +19%
- Maricopa county: Whites +10%
- Coconino county: Hispanics +43%
- Yavapai county: Hispanics +75%
- Maricopa county: Hispanics +48%
The 2010 census shows the continued emigration from the Midwest to the West and to parts of the South and Southeast.
ARIZONA 2010 CENSUS DATA
Based on the 2010 census:
- Arizona has 6.4 million residents, growing over 1 million since 2000
- 25.7% have bachelor’s degrees
Due to large growth in the state, Arizona will be undergoing redistricting. Most of the counties are dealing with plans at the time of this posting. Redistricting in Yavapai county can be accessed here. For Coconino county, click here.
Click here to get Arizona’s 2010 census information in a great format that can be printed out.
All of this is important to business and real estate because with this information we can determine the business and housing needs of the future. Arizona was moving fast and loose during the mid-2000s and most of all indicators show that Arizona over-built on a grand scale. For the future, the 2010 census data will be used to determine how long it will take for absorption and how long before new builds will account for much of Arizona’s economy.
Kathy Howe, Owner/Broker
- how2arizona real estate LLC