|Other titles||ʻEhia kānaka maoli|
|Statement||Susan Jaworowski, researcher.|
|Series||Report ;, no. 5, 1998, Report (Hawaii. Legislature. Legislative Reference Bureau ;, 1998, no. 5.|
|LC Classifications||KFH20 .H38 1998, no. 5, HA329.5 .H38 1998, no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 179 p. :|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||99187248|
68 rows Section Narrative Note: Selected tables in Section 1 were updated in November to . 2) “to maintain comprehensive, up to date data on the Native Hawaiian population ranging from demographic, social, and economic data ” [Goal 2, Objective ], and 3) “to publish a biennial Native Hawaiian Data Book, ” [Goal 2, Objective , Implementing Action ] The data book is a work in continual progress. The time series data presented here are compiled from DBEDT Data Books published between and Only selected tables that have at least five years of continuous data are included. Section and table numbers are the same as those in the Data Book. Section 1 Population Section 2 Vital Statistics and Health Section [ ]. State of Hawaii data book; a statistical abstract. Honolulu: Annual. None published for edition accompanied by supplement. , , editions available only on the Internet. Continues same series under Department's earlier names. 1. Hawaii-Statistics. I. Data Book. HAH
Economic Census - Puerto Rico data are not comparable to U.S. Economic Census data Value Flags - Either no or too few sample observations were available to compute an estimate, or a ratio of medians cannot be calculated because one or both of the median estimates falls in the lowest or upper interval of an open ended distribution. The Hawaii State Data Center is a local source that distributes census data; assists the public in the use of census data by providing technical advice; educates the public by providing guides and sponsoring training on census data, products and tools; and maintains a network of affiliate organizations throughout the state.. This website provides Hawaii specific census data which are included. Growth in Hawaiian Counties. When breaking down population growth by county, it is easy to evaluate the data of Hawaii, as there are few counties within this on a comparison of data from the Census and estimates taken five years later by the US Census Bureau, it is shown that all of Hawaii's counties have shown continued population growth. Data for the and are reported for "race alone and in any combination." Consequently, individuals could be counted multiple time in different race categories. (N) Not available (X) Not applicable. Source: Robert C. Schmitt. Demographic Statistics of Hawaii: (Honolulu, ). United States. Bureau of the.
For beginning users and casual researchers, start with Hawaii Facts & Figures, the Hawaii State Data Book, or the extensive Hawaii Census Data section. Tourism (Visitor Industry) statistics are in a separate category. Economic trends, statistics and insights into Hawaii’s economy through various publications are also available. Section Narrative Population of Counties: to Characteristics of the Population: to Resident Population, by Military Status: to Resident and De Facto Population, by Residence Status: to Resident Population of Islands: to Resident Population, by County: to [ ]. Data Book ( MB) Note: An updated version was released in November with final tourism data. Section 1 Population Section 2 Vital Statistics and Health Section 3 Education Section 4 Law Enforcement, Courts, and Prisons Section 5 Geography and Environment Section 6 Land Use and Ownership Section 7 Recreation and Travel Section [ ]. DBEDT Products (Highlights, reports, presentations and Data Book tables) Informational Release Population Characteristics by Detailed Race (Summary File 2) Summary File 1 (SF1) Demographic Profile Group Quarters Population Hawaii State Data Center Tables Redistricting Data (Public Law ) Hawaii State Data Center Reports and Tables (Data focused on Hawaii) Congressional Apportionment Data.