Aloha from the Hawaii State Data Center
The Hawaii State Data Center (HSDC) is an officially designated source of Census Bureau data for the State of Hawaii under a joint federal-state agreement with the U.S. Census Bureau relating to the national State Data Center Program.
DBEDT Report on Real Estate & Rental & Leasing
April 23, 2015. DBEDT released its “Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Sector in Hawaii” report today. It contains sector information on Hawaii’s business establishments and their activities based on the 2012 Economic Census data. Highlights of the report are shown below. Based on the 2012 Economic Census, there were 1,919 employer establishments in Hawaii […]Read More
Commuting Patterns in Hawaii
April 16, 2015, DBEDT released statistics brief Commuting Patterns in Hawaii. This brief depicts commuting patterns of working residents in Hawaii. Changes over time are shown using data from the 1980, 1990, and 2000 decennial census and American Community Survey 5 year estimates for the period of 2009-2013 to capture the most recent information on […]Read More
Community Assessment Workshop Presentations and Handouts Read More Entries from Whats New Releases
April 17, 2015. During the week of April 6-10, the Hawaii State Data Center co-sponsored a series of Census Data workshops with the LA Regional Office of the US Census Bureau. Data Dissemination Specialist Ms. Luz Castillo was the presenter. Workshops were on using census population and business data to assess community needs and service […]Read More
The Hawaii State Data Center is a local source that distributes census data; assists the public in the use of census data by providing technical advice; educates the public by providing guides and sponsoring training on census data, products and tools; and maintains a network of affiliate organizations throughout the state.
This website provides Hawaii specific census data which are included in various products such as profiles, data highlights, reports and maps. They are available for different geographic areas from the national level to the small areas such as census tracts and blocks, depending upon the data and product of interest.
HSDC is a part of the Research and Economic Analysis Division (READ) of the Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism. Other federal-state cooperative programs within READ include the Federal-State Cooperative for Population Estimates (FSCPE) and the Federal-State Cooperative for Population Projections (FSCPP).
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