On Wednesday, October 24th, 2018
from 9AM to 12PM, the North Carolina Government and Heritage Library will host "Data Day," a free informational presentation to
provide the public with demographic data about the state and its component
You can attend in person at the State Library/ Archives Building or view a live
According to the State Library of
North Carolina, "Data Day" will help attendees learn to
explore North Carolina statistics by subject; find socio-economic data even for
small areas; locate single age information and county population data up to
2037; and find timely reliable demographic data without waiting a decade.
Presenters will include Michele
Hayslett, Numeric Data Services and Data Management Librarian at UNC Chapel
Hill, and Bob Coats, Governor’s Census Liaison.
For more information about this
program, please visit this website.
Want some quick facts about North Carolina demographics? The United
States Census Bureau has you covered with statistics for North
Carolina and its counties, cities and towns with a population of 5,000 or more.
State Library of North Carolina maintains a Data Resources Guide with information on North
The North Carolina Digital Collections has hundreds
of census profiles compiled by the State Data Center (SDC) in the 1960s, 1970s,
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