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Intercensal and postcensal estimates of county population by age and sex

Intercensal and postcensal estimates of county population by age and sex

1980-1997.

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Published by Office of Financial Management, State of Washington, Forecasting Division in [Olympia] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Population forecasting -- Washington (State) -- Statistics,
  • Age distribution (Demography) -- Washington (State) -- Statistics,
  • Sex -- Statistics,
  • Washington (State) -- Population -- Statistics,
  • Washington (State) -- Statistics, Vital

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsWashington (State). Office of Financial Management. Forecasting Division.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination80 p. ;
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14482539M
    OCLC/WorldCa38491693

    Compiled from bridged-race intercensal population estimates (released by NCHS on 7/26/); revised bridged-race intercensal population estimates (released by NCHS on 10/26/); and bridged-race Vintage () postcensal population estimates (released by NCHS on 6/27/). Available on CDC WONDER Online Database. This brief represents a comprehensive review of methods for estimating characteristics of the foreign-born population in the United States, specifically oriented toward characteristics by legal status.A variety of methods have been proffered over the past many decades, in a large variety of venues; this work brings them together, attempts to impart some order on the definition of “legal.

      Forecasting the population of census tracts by age and sex: An example of the Hamilton–Perry method in action. Population Research and Policy Review, 29 Cited by: 1. Estimates of the Resident Population by Sex, Age, Race, and Hispanic Origin for the United States and States: April 1, to July 1, , Population Estimates. Figure 3 *Foster data are preliminary estimates as of December Revised estimates may be Size: KB.

      Introduction. Sepsis is the 10th-leading cause of death in the United States, and one of only two infectious conditions listed in the leading 15 causes of death [].Sepsis incidence and mortality have increased over the course of several decades [].In addition to being common and often lethal, sepsis is costly, with an annual economic burden estimated at $ billion [].Cited by: Postcensal estimates of the resident population of the United States for July 1, –July 1, , by year, county, age, bridged race, Hispanic origin, and sex .


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Intercensal and postcensal estimates of county population by age and sex Download PDF EPUB FB2

Intercensal estimates are estimates that are bracketed on both sides by decennial census or state-certified special census counts.

As such, they yield a more consistent series than postcensal estimates which only reference the prior census point. April 1 intercensal estimates of population (state and county only): Age, sex, race and Hispanic origin Intercensal and postcensal estimates Small Area Demographic Estimates (SADE) User notes and errata Frequently asked questions (FAQ) Data tables: Estimates of April 1 population by age, sex, race and Hispanic origin | Office of Financial Management.

Bridged-race intercensal estimates of the July 1, July 1, United States resident population by county, single-year of age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin.

[Released 7/26/; Retrieved 9/15/]. Prepared by the U.S. Census Bureau with support from the National Cancer Institute. Child Population by Race: in Virginia. Change Indicator.

Table United States July 1st resident population by state, county, age, sex, bridged-race, and Hispanic origin, compiled from bridged-race intercensal population estimates and (Vintage ) bridged-race postcensal population estimates, on CDC WONDER. Estimates for Puerto Rico are developed separately.

The basic methodology uses registered births by sex, registered deaths by age and sex, and estimates of annual intercensal net migration by age and sex from an analysis using the natural rate of increase for the period and the reported census population by age and sex (Reed, ).

The population and housing unit estimates are released on a flow basis throughout each year. Each new series of data (called vintages) incorporates the latest administrative record data, geographic boundaries, and methodology.

Therefore, the entire time series of estimates beginning with the most recent decennial census is revised annually, and. Denominators for rates were yearly estimates of county population by sex and age in five year groups.

14 Poisson methods were used to calculate 95% confidence intervals. 15 For some variables we displayed the results graphically, smoothing the rates across five year age categories using quadratic splines.

16 We used Stata statistical software Cited by: The current methodology of preparing total population estimates using IRS files can be used to develop estimates by age, race, and sex. The Census Bureau has already experimented successfully in preparing such estimates for states and large metropolitan areas, using a 20 percent sample of Social Security numbers linked to the master IRS.

Thus, population estimates make an important contribution to the activities of governments, organizations, and businesses in non-census years.

Intercensal estimates provide data for years between two existing censuses, such as andwhile postcensal estimates provide data for years since the last census (Rowland ).Cited by: 7. The Washington State Office of Financial Management provided population data for women by age and by county of residence, obtained from intercensal estimates of county population.

7 We obtained birth, fetal death and pregnancy termination data for the years, and from the vital statistics data compiled by the state of. The population estimates on the Compressed Mortality File are U.S. Census Bureau estimates of U.S. national, state, and county resident populations.

The estimates for,-and are intercensal estimates of July 1 resident populations. Age-adjusted death rates (perpopulation) are based on the U.S.

standard population. Populations used for computing death rates after are postcensal estimates based on the census, estimated as of July 1, and bias in census tract-level age/sex-specific population estimates: Component I (Net-migration) vs Component III (Hamilton–Perry). Population Research and Policy Review, 32, – Selected KIDS COUNT Indicators for County in Virginia.

Compare to Virginia Jump sex, bridged-race, and Hispanic origin, compiled from bridged-race intercensal population estimates and (Vintage ) bridged-race postcensal population estimates, on.

The estimates are for July 1 of, and Variables include the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) state code, FIPS county code, county name, and population estimates broken down by age group, sex, and racial category.

There are 18 age groups and two race categories: (1) white, and (2) Black and Other Races. The estimates are postcensal estimates of the July 1 resident population.

Note that the estimates for are based on bridge race categories. The population estimates on the CMF are by geographic unit (total United States, State, and county), year, race (white, black, other races), sex, and age group (13 age groups). "This report presents to intercensal estimates and to postcensal provisional estimates of the resident population of Hawaii by age, sex, and county.

The estimates, prepared by the Population Division of the U.S. Bureau of the Census, are for five-year age groups to age 85 and over.". While the housing-unit method continues to be the preferred method nationwide for producing small-area population estimates, this procedures lacks a method for making age/sex-specific estimates.

Postcensal estimates become less accurate as the date of the estimates moves farther from the date of the census. 5 Intercensal Estimates. After the decennial population census, intercensal estimates for the preceding decade are calculated to replace postcensal estimates.

These estimates reflect the population as of July 1. The estimates for and through are intercensal estimates of the July 1 resident population. The and estimates are modified April 1 census counts.

The estimates for through are postcensal estimates of the July 1 resident population. The US Bureau of the Census prepares a complete series of postcensal estimates Cited by:.

Age-adjusted death rates (perpopulation) are based on the U.S. standard population. Populations used for computing death rates after are postcensal estimates based on the census, estimated as of July 1, Rates for census years are based on populations enumerated in the corresponding censuses.age group at death, race, sex, and county of residence and then adding a count field.

The population data base of the CMF is derived from annual estimates for each U.S. county by 5-year age groups, race, and sex. These estimates reflect adjustments based. Population-based mortality rates were calculated using bridged-race population estimates from the National Center for Health Statistics.

Comparisons across age, sex and racial/ethnic groups were achieved by calculating mortality rate ratios. Results. From to there w, deaths in the United by: