People

  • Families & Children (click to expand)(click to collapse)
    Kentucky KIDS COUNT
    Kentucky KIDS COUNT is a consortium of researchers and children's activists who use data to impact public policy. It is part of the national KIDS COUNT project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation in Baltimore, MD. Since 1991, the Consortium has published annually the Kentucky KIDS COUNT Databook, an updated report of social indicators on child well-being in each of Kentucky's 120 counties.
  • Immigration (Compiled by Michael Whiteman, Northern Kentucky University) (click to expand)(click to collapse)
    U.S. Census Bureau Immigration Page
    This page includes estimates and projections of population based on Census data and data retrieved from the Immigration and Naturalization Service. It includes population change labeled "net international migration", which is available at the U.S., state, and county levels. The data is comprised of legal immigration from abroad, net undocumented immigration, emigration, and net movement between the United States and Puerto Rico.
    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
    This is the main page of the department (within the Department of Homeland Security) that has taken over the functions of the former Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS).
    U.S. Immigration Laws and Regulations
    This page provides information on laws, regulations and interpretations controlling immigration and the work of the immigration-related bureaus of the Department for Homeland Security. You can learn how immigration laws are made and how regulations are developed.
    U.S. Immigration Statistics
    This page provides immigration statistics for the United States including breakouts by region. It includes the full text of the annual "Yearbook on Immigration Statistics."
  • Population (Compiled by Roxanna Jones, University of Kentucky) (click to expand)(click to collapse)
    About Counties
    The National Association of Counties collects information on counties and cities. Select Kentucky in the drop-down box and hit "Submit State" to see information about Kentucky counties.
    Greater Appalachian Regional Databank
    This databank, from the Appalachian Studies Program at the University of Kentucky, provides a snapshot of statistical information for each county in the Appalachian area of Kentucky.
    Historical Annual Time Series of State Population Estimates and Demographic Components of Change- 1900 to 1990
    These tables, from the U.S. Census Bureau, provide state population estimates from 1900 to 1990.
    Kentucky QuickFacts
    This site provides quick facts from the U.S. Census Bureau about Kentucky's people, business, and geography. Select a state from the drop-down list or use the map. After choosing a state, you can also narrow your search to a specific county.
    Population Change in Kentucky's 120 Counties, 1960-1999
    This table provides population figures for Kentucky and its counties from the 1960 through 1990 federal censuses and population estimates for 1999. It also provides the percent change between 1990-1999, 1980-1990, 1970-1990, 1960-1990.
    Population Estimates
    This site gives annual population estimates through 2003 and projections from 2005 through 2030. Information is available by single year of age, gender, and three racial categories (white, black, and other). Projections are available for the state, the 15 Area Development Districts, and the 120 counties.
    State Population Estimates: Annual time Series, July 1, 1990 to July 1, 1999
    This table gives the revised Census population of April 1, 1990 and the population estimates as of July 1 for the United States, Census regions, Census states and then alphabetically by states for the years, July 1, 1991 through July 1, 1999.
    State Population Estimates and Demographic Components of Change: April 1, 1990 to July 1, 1999
    This table compares the revised Census population of April 1, 1990 and the population estimates as of July 1, 1999 and gives the numeric change, percent change, number of births, number of deaths and net international and domestic migration. The table includes figures for the United States, Census regions, Census divisions and then alphabetically by state.
    State Population Estimates and Demographic Components of Population Change: July 1, 1998 to July 1, 1999
    This table gives population estimates as of July 1, 1999 for the United States, Census regions, Census divisions and then alphabetically by state. It compares the population estimates as of July 1 with the previous year's estimates and gives the numeric change, percent change, number of births, number of deaths, net international and domestic migration.
  • Vital Statistics (click to expand)(click to collapse)

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