2020 Census Data Released
Friday, August 20, 2021
The United States Census Bureau has released the 2020 Census Redistricting Data. The 2020 Census marks the 24th count of the nation's population.
Easy-to-use data tables are scheduled to release on data.census.gov by September 30.
You can take a look at the 2020 Population and Housing State Data here.
The state of Iowa saw a 4.7% increase in population to 3,190,369. The number of housing units in the state increased by 5.7%.
In the Corridor Region, two counties saw a population increase, and two saw a decrease. Overall, the region saw a slight increase in population over the last 10 years. The Corridor also has 34,416 housing units in the region, up from 33,906 in 2010.
Highlights for the Corridor Region:
2020 Population: 64,298 - Up from 63,896 in 2010
- Buena Vista County
- 2020 Population: 20,823
- Up 2.8% from 2010
- Clay County
- 2020 Population: 16,384
- Down 1.7% from 2010
- Dickinson County
- 2020 Population: 17,703
- Up 6.2% from 2010
- Emmet County
- 2020 Population: 9,388
- Down 8.9% from 2010
We will share more data and links to the maps and data tables as they become available.
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