Population Estimates Query Module Selection Configuration Selection
OverviewClick on either the Quick Selection or Advanced Selection bar to see a list of measures available. Use the hierarchical folder tree to navigate to the query module that will meet your needs. To see folder contents, click on the folder icon. Clicking on the folder again will hide the menu folder contents. When you click on the text link, it will take you to the query module. For further explanation on the modules, click on the "Help" button to the right.
- Population Estimates by Utah Small Area
- Race alone
Race AloneStarting in 2000, the U.S. Census asks persons to identify all races that apply to them. The population estimate results on this page are based on the "Race Alone" definition of race. According to this definition, persons are categorized into a race category if they identified only one race. Persons who identified multiple races are categorized in the "Two or More Races" category. If you would like population estimates for everyone who identified a race category, regardless of the number of race categories they identified, please use the IBIS-PH module for "Race Alone or in Combination."
- Race alone or in combination
Race Alone or in CombinationStarting in 2000, the U.S. Census questionnaire asked persons to identify all races that applied to them. The population estimate results on this page are based on the "Race Alone or in Combination" definition of race. According to this definition, persons who identified multiple races are categorized into all race categories they selected. Persons who identified multiple races are counted in multiple categories, thus, the categories are not mutually exclusive. The sum of estimates from all categories will sum to a number greater than the total population. If you would like population estimates that are mutually exclusive, and sum to the population total, please use the IBIS-PH module for "Race Alone."
- Population Density by County and Local Health Districts