2020 Census Data
Redistricting Data, released August 12, 2021
About the data: The 2020 Census redistricting data are used to redraw state legislative districts and congressional districts. The data provide the first look at the demographic characteristics of the nation at geographic levels down to the census block. Population data are available for basic race groups and ethnicity, as well as for the voting age population. Also included are the number of housing units and housing occupancy status.
Data are currently available through data visualizations and interactive maps on the U.S. Census Bureau’s website. Data are also available in a legacy data format. This legacy format requires some additional software and work to extract the data. Data will be available in a user-friendly format on data.census.gov by September 30, 2021.
Over the coming weeks, the Hawaii State Data Center will be extracting and posting data from the legacy files here.
|Hawaii State Data Center|
|Hawaii Redistricting Data Tables|
Apportionment Results, released April 26, 2021
About the data: The 2020 Census apportionment results are state-level data of resident populations and overseas populations, which are combined to make the apportionment population. The apportionment population is used to allocated the 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives.