2020 Census Data
Demographic Profiles and DHC Data, released May 25, 2023
About the data: Demographic Profiles (DP) provide selected demographic and housing characteristics about the nation and local communities. Subjects include age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, household type, relationship to householder, group quarters population, housing occupancy, and housing tenure. Demographic Profiles are available for various geographies down to the tract level. The Demographic and Housing Characteristics (DHC) File includes detailed data for the same topics above, with many tables available for census blocks. Data users are encouraged to aggregate small populations and geographies to improve accuracy and diminish implausible results.
|Hawaii Highlights and Data|
|Hawaii State Data Center (DBEDT) highlights, May 25, 2023|
|Demographic Profiles for Hawaii geographies|
|Demographic and Housing Characteristics (DHC) Table Search|
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.
|Hawaii State Data Center|
|Hawaii Redistricting Data Tables|
|Reference Maps: Census Tracts by County, Legislative Districts and Hawaiian Homelands|
|Census Tract Names|
|U.S. Census Bureau|
|2020 Decennial Census Redistricting Data|
|About Decennial Census P.L. 94-171 Redistricting Data|
|State by State Profile – Hawaii|
|2020 Decennial Census Visualizations and Infographics|
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.