MAG Community Data Explorer

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Redistricting data from the 2020 Decennial Census is now available on the first tab of this interactive dashboard.
All other tabs show data from the American Community Survey (ACS) 2015-2019 5-year estimates unless otherwise specified.

  • Census 2020
    Overview
  • Population
    (ACS 2019)
  • Race and Ethnicity
    (ACS 2019)
  • Education and Income
    (ACS 2019)
  • Projections
    (2019)
  • Housing
    (ACS 2019)
  • Transportation
    (ACS 2019)

Census 2020

The Census Bureau has released redistricting data from the 2020 Decennial Census. This data set has a limited amount of information. More detailed information will be released in late 2021 and 2022. For detailed tables and maps for the MAG region, go to azmag.gov/Census and for more information go to the Census website.

 

 

Population

  change from Census 2010

 

 

Population Density

People per Square Mile

 

 

Ages 0-17

 

Ages 18+

Population by Age


 

 

*"Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander" is included in "Multiple/Other"


 

 

 

 Total Housing Units

 

Occupied Housing Units

 

Vacant Housing Units

Vacancy Rate

 

Source: 2020 Decennial Census

 

  ( ; households rounded to nearest 10).

 

 

 

Median Age

 

 
 

Population by Age Group

 

 

Source:  

 

Population Growth

Annual Percent Growth in Population from 2001 to 2019

 

 

Race and Ethnicity

 

 

*"Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander" is included in "Multiple/Other"
Source:  

Education and Income in  

Median Household Income

 

 

Household Income for  

 

 

Educational Attainment in  

 

 

Poverty Rate

 

 

Top Occupation Categories by Median Earnings

 

Source:  

Socioeconomic Projections for    

State-level population projections come from the Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity's baseline projections (medium series).

These projections are made for July 1 of each year in the projection period.

MAG produces population and employment projections by municipal planning area (MPA), incorporated jurisdiction, and regional analysis zone (RAZ).

For more information and to access the full report, visit the Projections webpage and interactive map viewer.

Note:  

Click on legend item to toggle the series' visibility on the chart.

 

 

Housing in  

   

Total Housing Units

  

Occupied Units

  

Vacant Units

 

Owned Units

 

Rented Units

 

Seasonal Units

 

Other Vacant Units

Median Value
of Owner-occupied Housing Units

 

Median Gross Rent*
Renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent

 
*Gross rent is the contract rent plus the estimated average monthly cost of utilities.
 

Rent Burden

Gross rent as a percent of household income

Universe: Renter-occupied housing units

 

If a household is spending 30% or more of their income on rent, they are rent burdened.
If a household is spending 50% or more of their income on rent, they have a severe rent burden.

 
Source:  

Transportation in  

 

Vehicles Available

Universe: Total Occupied Housing Units

 
 

Means of Transportation to Work

Universe: Total Workers, Age 16+

 

*"Other" includes Taxicab and Motorcycle

Source:  

Dashboard last updated October 8, 2021.

 

Regional Overview

The Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler Metropolitan Statistical Area (Phoenix MSA) includes all of Maricopa County and Pinal County and is 14,587 square miles (Maricopa County, 9,223 square miles and Pinal County, 5,364 square miles). For additional information about the Phoenix MSA, check out the Regional Overview page.

 

Regional Demograhpic Trends<

Regional Demographic Trends

A comparison of the 2010-2014 American Community Survey 5-year estimates with the 2015-2019 American Community Survey 5-year estimates to examine how total population, age, minority population, level of education, and poverty status within the MAG region has changed in the two intervals, as well as a comparison of individual state for the same categories. (Slides) (Tables)

 

Household Move Data

Household Move Data

An examination of the number of households moving to and from the MAG region and its member cities and towns, including monthly incoming and outgoing figures by month and areas from which households are moving. (Slides) (Tables)