Orange County Progress Report Online:Orange County Progress Report Print 1954-present:CATALOG RECORD Geographic levels: Cities, Orange County Population 1950-date, race and ethnicity, age and sex, population projections, vital statistics, voter registration, housing units 1950-date, housing units by type, median home value, major employers, taxable sales, labor market by industry, employment and unemployment, consumer price index, and income and poverty status.
Orange County City Demographics Online: Orange County City Demographics Online--see also: Center for Demographic Research Geographic levels: Cities, Orange County, all cities in Orange County One-page report for each city in Orange County: historic population data (1950-2009), race and ethnicity, population by age, population projections, births, deaths, voter registration by party.
California Statistical Abstract [annual] Online:California Statistical Abstract Print 1996-2003: CATALOG RECORD Geographic levels: Cities, Orange County, all 58 California Counties, state population 1940-present CONTENTS: Labor Force (employment, hours and earnings, Workmen's compensation), Gross State Product, Income, and Cost-of-Living (consumer price index, consumer expenditures, poverty guidelines, minimum wage), Health and Welfare (vital statistics, mentally ill and retarded, adoptions, public assistance expenditures, AFDC), Education (enrollments, expenses, daily attendance, graduates, libraries), Farms and Agricultural Commodities, Industry statistics, building permits, housing characteristics, home sale prices, highway mileage and accidents, retail trade and taxable sales, prison population, State Comparisons (population, unemployment rate, manufacturing employment, export-related manufacturing employment, gross state product, per capita income, retail trade, automobiles, prime contract awards, crop value, crime rate, per capita energy consumption, number of schools and average salary of teachers, average expenditure per pupil, median housing value and rent, homeownership rates, and ranking of top 25 countries and California's GNP).
State & County QuickFacts Online: State & County QuickFacts Geographic levels: USA, California, Orange County, all states, all counties, all cities. comparison data Latest population and housing data. Comparison data for USA/California, Orange County/California, Fullerton/California. QuickFacts includes data for all states and counties, and for cities and towns with more than 25,000 people.
California Department of Finance: Demographic Research Unit: Reports and Research Papers Online:Reports and Research Papers Geographic levels: California, Orange County, all counties, all cities, historic data Population estimates, projections, census and surveys, immigration and migration data. Historical data.
Sourcebook of County Demographics [annual] Print: CATALOG RECORD Geographic levels: Orange County, all counties, MSA Population statistics 1980-present, income 1990-present, race 1990-present, Hispanic origin 1990-97presentage distribution, households and income 1997-present, income distribution, disposable income, and spending potential indexes (financial services, the home, entertainment, and personal). County maps.
American Community Survey [Census Bureau--American FactFinder] Online:American Community Survey Geographic levels: U.S., states, Orange County, all counties, cities (place), school districts, Congressional districts, MSA's For each area: latest economic, housing, and demographic data, also narrative. PATH: At login screen, to the right of 2008: American Community Survey in center of screen, click on DATA PROFILES. Under SELECT A GEOGRAPHIC TYPE, select PLACE. Under SELECT A STATE, click on CALIFORNIA. In next box, click on a city name (FULLERTON). Click on SHOW RESULT. At next screen, 4 tables will be available at top of screen: ECONOMIC, HOUSING, DEMOGRAPHIC, NARRATIVE.
Long-Term Socio-Economic Forecasts by County[annual] [ CA Dept. of Transportation] Online: Long-Term Socio-Economic Forecasts by County Geographic levels: Orange County, all California counties Excellent source for economic forecasts. Forecasts by county 2003-2020 including population, migration, registered vehicles, households, new homes permits, retail sales, personal income, real per capita income, industrial production and more. Provides a consistent set of long-term socio-economic forecasts for each county.
RAND California [CSUF] Online: RAND California Geographic levels: State, Orange County, all California counties, cities Population estimates by race and age, population density, population projections, educational attainment, language spoken at home, income and poverty, immigration statistics, vital statistics, and crime rate. Educational data include public and private school enrollment, enrollment projections, test scores, class size, teacher salaries, and school district finances.
USA Counties [statistics] Online:USA Counties Geographic levels: Orange County, all counties More than 5,900 data items for the U.S., the 50 states, and all of the nation’s 3,141 counties and county equivalents. Age, agriculture, ancestry, banking, building permits, business patterns, crime, earnings, education, elections, employment, government, health, households, housing, income, labor force, manufactures, population, poverty, retail trade, social programs, veterans, vital statistics, water use, and wholesale trade. It is the most comprehensive source for data on counties in the United States.
MSA Profile Print: CATALOG RECORD Geographic levels: MSA (Los Angeles-Long Beach and also Orange County) Projections to 2030 for population by age and race (including Hispanic), income, sales, unemployment and educational attainment data. Compiled for marketers.
MPA: Market Profile Analysis: Orange County CPA: Community Profile Analysis: Orange County Print: CATALOG RECORD Geographic levels: Orange County, zip code, census tract Population, household, education, labor force (employment and unemployment), industry and occupation, business market factors. Data by zip code and by census tract. Census tract maps.
Places, Towns, and Townships Print: CATALOG RECORD Geographic levels: City, Town, CDP Population (percent change, density, race, Hispanic origin, foreign born, age, sex), Households (female family householder), employment, crime, construction, government finances, retail trade (establishments, sales), service industries (establishments, receipts), and more. See page xvii for subject index.
California, Cities, Towns & Counties Print: CATALOG RECORD Geographic levels: Cities, towns, counties, Orange County One-page profiles of counties and cities including population by sex, race, Hispanic origin, households, income and poverty, educational attainment, labor force by occupation, registered voters by party, housing units, municipal revenues and expenditures, and school district data (enrollment, pupil/teacher ratio, per pupil expenditures, CAP and SAT scores).
Cities Ranked and Rated Print: CATALOG RECORD Geographic levels: Cities and metro areas in all 50 states Economy and jobs, cost of living, education, health and healthcare, crime, quality of life, and more.
Orange County Community Indicators [annual] Online: Orange County Community Indicators Print: CATALOG RECORD Geographic level: Orange County Image Survey: Orange County strengths, challenges, and trends. Senior Well-Being: baby boomers issues. Economic and Business Climate: tourism, spending, world trade, consumer confidence index, per capita income, housing demand and affordability, average commute times, jobs by industry, high-technology cluster diversity. Technology & Innovation: e-commerce, patent grants and venture capital, computers in schools, technology-related degrees. Education: health status, child care quality and affordability, prenatal care, causes of death for children under five, immunization rates, physical fitness of children, health-insurance coverage, illicit drug use, and mental health. Public Safety: child abuse, crime rate, gang-related crimes, hate crimes. Environment: coastal water quality, recreational resources, air quality, water use and supply.
Editor & Publisher Market Guide [annual] Print: CATALOG RECORD Geographic level: Orange County-Santa Ana Population, households, bus lines, passenger cars, electric and gas meters, main industries, tap water, major stores and malls, colleges and universities, newspapers, and more. Divided into four sections. Section 1 shows the population, disposable income, total retail sales, lumber/hardware sales, food sales, automobile sales and eat/drink sales. Lists are ranked by size. Section 2Section 3 provides facts and figures about United States, daily newspaper markets by state and city. provides the same information for Canada. Section 4 is collection of tables arranged by state. They list personal income, per capita and per household, and population estimates for five age groups and ethnicities. This publication does not list sales for individual products. It does provide detailed city information for market research.
State and Metropolitan Area Data Book Online:State and Metropolitan Area Data Book Print:CATALOG RECORD Geographic levels: State, Orange County, all California Counties, MSA, cities Population and housing, death rates by cause, schools, crime, energy consumption, cost of living, poverty, and more. The most detailed data are for State level. Lesser detailed data are given for County and City.
MapStats Online:MapStats Geographic levels: California, Orange County, all states, all counties, all cities Most data is from Census 2000 but some has been updated. Provides city/state comparisons.
Racial & Ethnic Survey [in Orange County school districts] [annual] Print: CATALOG RECORD Geographic level: Orange County school districts Detailed race/ethnicity data by school district, by school, and by city/grade level. High school graduates by school by ethnicity. Dropouts by school district by ethnicity. Ethnicities include: American Indian, Asian, Pacific Islander, Philipino, Hispanic, African American, and White.
American Housing Survey for Anaheim-Santa Ana Metropolitan Area Online: 2002 Print: 1994 Geographic level: MSA--Anaheim-Santa Ana only Data on apartments, single-family homes, mobile homes, vacant housing units. Also age, sex, and race of householders, income and poverty, housing and neighborhood quality, housing costs, equipment and fuels, size of units, homeowner's repairs and mortgages, rent control, rent subsidies, previous unit of recent movers, and reasons for moving.
County Health Status Profiles [annual] Online: County Health Status Profiles Print: CATALOG RECORD Geographic level: Orange County, all California counties Health indicators including all causes of death (firearm injuries, suicide, cancer, breast cancer, drug-related deaths), AIDS, tuberculosis, births to teenage mothers, and breastfeeding.
Health Data Summaries for California Counties [annual] Online:Health Data Summaries for California Counties Print: CATALOG RECORD Geographic levels: State, Orange County, all California Counties Section I presents 182 health and socio-economic indicators for the state and for each county. Section II provides tables for cross-county comparisons. Indicators include population by age, sex, race/ethnicity, family income, poverty level by race, housing value, AFDC recipients, unemployment, educational attainment, births by age of mother and by race, death rates and causes, communicable diseases, AIDS cases, drug-related deaths, homicide by handguns, hospitals, physicians, and breastfeeding rate.
State Profiles: The Population and Economy of Each U.S. State Print:CATALOG RECORD Geographic level: California, all 50 states For demographic and economic data on each of the fifty states in the United States, this is one of the easiest sources to use. Eight-page chapter (narrative and statistics) for each state giving information on state's economy, demographics, recent trends including income and unemployment, Population (households, age, race, ethnicity), Personal Income (median income and poverty rate), Economic Structure (employment and earnings 1989-97, major economic sectors, five leading industries and five fastest growing industries), Home Ownership rates and home sales, Agriculture (farms, acreage, income), Education (educational attainment, enrollment, expenditures, teacher salaries, higher education enrollment), Health (leading causes of death, health insurance coverage), and Government (taxes per capita, state revenues and expenditures, federal spending by type and program categories).
Vital Statistics of California Online:Vital Statistics Online: Related information Print:CATALOG RECORD Geographic levels: U.S., State, Orange County, all California Counties Detailed data on births (birth rates by age of mother, live birth order, educational level of mother), leading causes of death by sex and race/ethnicity, population by race/ethnicity, age, and sex, life expectancy, and deaths by sex and age.
New Patterns of Immigrant Settlement in California (2009) Online: PDF-40 pages Examines the reasons for shift in growth rates and destinations in the state, discussing the widening economic opportunites in new areas that have attracted new immigrants.
Geographic Divides in Los Angeles County: Demography, Income, and Housing (2008) Online: PDF-16 pages Geographic level: Los Angeles County Intro: "This research brief uses data from a special tabulation of the 2006 American Community Survey from the U.S. Census Bureau to examine 69 communities and districts in L.A. County. This brief looks at how socio-economic conditions differ across the county using several indicators such as median income, high school graduation rates, homeownership rates, renter costs, poverty and more. The 69 communities are then ranked into a composite index according to these indicators. Tables and maps are also available to download."
California Demographic Futures Projections to 2030, by Immigrant Generations, Nativity, and Time of Arrival in U.S. (2005) Online: PDF-22 pages Geographic level: California Excerpt: "Unlike projections issued by the U.S. Census Bureau, California Demographic Futures projections provide information on the nativity, decade of immigrant arrival, and immigrant generation of the population in a manner similar to age structure or racial composition...This report offers a mid-decade view of California’s demographic future, including how the state’s population has changed in the last 25 years, a detailed profile of the current situation, and a new projection of changes in the coming 25 years, to 2030."
The Trajectory of Poor Neighborhoods in Southern California, 1970-2000 Online: PDF-20 pages Geographic level: California, some county data Analyzes the distribution of poverty over the last 30 years in Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, and Ventura counties, examining the changing demographics and also immigration factors. From UCLA's Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy.