Note: Files in PDF format require Adobe Acrobat Reader (free software from Adobe Systems). If you do not have Microsoft Excel you can view Excel files using Excel 97/2000 Viewer (free software from Microsoft).
State Level Data
|Graph and table of Kansas population|
|Map showing percent change in population of all 50 states|
|Table showing resident population of the 50 States|
Kansas County and City Level Data
- Count Question Resolution
(CQR) Program has revised the official Census 2000 results for a
few Kansas Communities. A PDF showing changes for Kansas is available
- Search Kansas Data Archive to view data and reports (including Summary
File 3 Profiles) for a:
- 2000 Population maps and tables for cities in Kansas
- 2000 Kansas Single Year of Age Tables and Pyramids
- County and City level population data are also available in the Kansas
Statistical Abstract Online Edition.
- Map of Kansas showing Percent Change in Population
by County (GIF). This map is also available in PDF
- Population by Race graphs and tables
for each county.
Iowa Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land*
Prairie Band Potawatomi Reservation
Sac and Fox Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land*
Kickapoo/Sac and Fox joint use area
* Indicates only part of area is in Kansas. Data in profile are for the area in Kansas only.
Custom Level DataCreate a custom Summary File 1 or Summary File 3 Profile for your neighborhood! Custom Census 2000 Areas in Kansas allows you to pick one or more counties, tracts, block groups, or blocks and view and/or print a Summary File 1 Profile Report with aggregated data for your area. Summary File 3 data are not available for the block level, if no block areas are selected an option to view and/or print a Summary File 3 Profile will also be available.
For more information on Census 2000, please visit the U.S. Bureau of the Census web site.
Credits for Summary File Profiles
Summary File Profiles were developed by a collaboration of State Data Centers nationwide to produce a set of standard State Data Center program profiles from Census 2000 Summary Files 1 and 3. The SAS code used to generate the profiles displayed on the Policy Research Institute's Web site was adapted by Institute staff to produce the profiles in PDF format and interactively. The following extract from the documentation for the profile code lists the people who designed the profiles and wrote the SAS code to generate them:
SF1 CREDITS: John Blodgett, Missouri SDC, was the SAS Team Leader for this SAS version. He can be contacted with questions at BlodgettJ@umsystem.edu. The other team coders were: Phyllis Smith, Arkansas; Jeff Wallace, Oklahoma; Don Larrick, Ohio; and Roy Williams, Massachusetts. Many thanks to go to these people for providing this product to their colleagues in the SDC/BIDC Network! And of note, John Blodgett created the conversion kit to create the SAS data sets and was the glue for this team; Roy Williams also went above and beyond. Thanks also to Jane Traynham of Maryland and Ed Ratledge of Delaware for testing. The content design team, which brought us the modularized approach that will allow us to select specific parts of the profile appropriate for a given need, included: Ilona Einowski and Rich Lovelady (who passed recently and will be dearly missed) of California; Jane Trayham, Maryland; and Carol Rogers, Indiana and Bob Scardamalia, New York, both serving as co-chairs for the SDC 2k Products subcommittee of the SDC/BIDC Steering Committee.
SF3 CREDITS: Roy Williams of MISER, the lead agency of the Mass. SDC was the SAS Team Leader for
this SAS version. He can be contacted with questions, comments and suggestions at (413) 545-3460 or email@example.com. The other team members were: Julie Hoang (CA), Jeff Wallace (OK), Xan Stevens (KS), Phyllis Smith and her staff (AK), Amy Chen (MD), Sue Copella, Larry Meyers and others at Penn State (PA), and Annette Boyer (CO). The content design team included Karen Lamphere & Julie Hoang (CA), Jane Traynham (MD), David Joye (NJ), Orlando Rodriguez (CT) and Carol Rogers (IN), and Bob Scardamalia (NY), the latter two serving as co-chairs for the SDC 2k Products subcommittee of the SDC/BIDC Steering Committee. Julie Hoang, Lenny Gaines (NY), Betty Brown (FL) and Roy Williams also made substantial contributions to the final designs at the coding stage. Bob Scardamalia in consultation with his NY SDC staff and affiliates made the difficult initial decisions concerning how to assign the SF3 tables to the various modules.