In 2006, the Community Service Council became one of 52 community, regional and national organizations to be designated a Census Information Center (CIC).The CIC program is a partnership between the U.S. Census Bureau and select non-profit national and community-based organizations with the shared goal of providing local access, education, and technical assistance on census data for planning and decision-making by underserved communities. We provide demographic and socioeconomic data trend reports, respond to custom data requests, and offer trainings on accessing, using and interpreting census data.
The U.S. Census Bureau’s QuickFacts is an easy to use application that provides frequently requested statistics from Census Bureau censuses, surveys and programs. Cities and towns in Oklahoma with a population of 5,000 or more are included.
We produce community profiles and data reports to inform our community about demographic and socioeconomic trends for the Tulsa area. Our data projects are used to guide research, planning and programmatic efforts by a wide range of community stakeholders and leaders. Nonprofit organizations also routinely use data from our reports for grant applications.
These data graphics were prepared by our department for the Tulsa Equality Indicators (also produced and managed by our team at the Community Service Council) to depict the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of the five regions of the Tulsa area: North Tulsa, West Tulsa, South Tulsa, East Tulsa and Midtown Tulsa.
2020 Resident Population for the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico
Percent Change in Resident Population: 2010 to 2020
Apportionment of the U.S. House of Representatives Based on the 2020 Census
POPULATION MAP: Population change and population density data are based on the resident population counts from each decennial census, which include all people living in the United States at the time of each census.
APPORTIONMENT MAP: Apportionment is the process of distributing representatives (or seats) in the U.S. House of Representatives among the 50 states based on the apportionment population counts from the decennial census. The District of Columbia and Puerto Rico are not included. The apportionment population count for each state is not always the same as its resident population count. For more information, see Historical Perspective.