TNSDC Fall Webinar Series:
Event 1: Accessing 2020 Census Redistricting Data
Ron Williams, U.S. Census Bureau
The U.S. Census Bureau provides a number of ways to access the 2020 Census Redistricting Data released in August. In our first all webinar event, we’ll get an overview of those tools including data.census.gov and the Demographic Data Map Viewer from Tennessee-based expert, Ron Williams.
were constructed in Tennessee in 2020, according to Building Permit Survey data. Driven by strong growth in Davidson County, the total reached a record high that eclipsed the previous mark of 46,000 in 2006. A new visualization tool improves access to state, county and place-level information.
were listed on the fiscal year 2022 index of the most economically distressed areas in the nation, down two counties since last year. The current index is based on a 3-year average of income, unemployment and poverty from 2017-2019 and is prepared by the Appalachian Regional Commission.
Unemployment Insurance Claims for Tennessee, Regions and Counties
COVID-19 related layoffs sent unemployment claims to record levels in April, 2020. This dashboard provides detailed tracking of the claims filed for each county and region for March 2020 – July 2021.
Fifty-four incorporated municipalities in Tennessee conducted a special census since the 2010. This interactive map shows the of the history of those counts.
2013 and 2018 Core-based Statistical Area Comparison
In 2020, statistical agencies will begin using new metropolitan and micropolitan area boundaries. This app lets you compare the old new boundaries.
Coronavirus-19 Outbreak Response Experts (CORE-19)
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, researchers in public health, economics, public policy, agriculture, veterinary medicine and other disciplines are providing timely and evidence-based information for policymakers, industry and the public on pressing questions regarding the global pandemic.