Statewide Data

Kansas Statistical Abstract (KSA)

The 52nd Edition of the Kansas Statistical Abstract (KSA) contains data collected through August 2018 for sixteen categories of information: Agriculture; Banking and Finance; Business, Industry, and Exports; Climate; Communications and Information; Courts, Crime, and Public Safety; Education; Employment and Earnings; Energy and Natural Resources; Government; Housing and Construction; Income; Parks and Recreation; Population; Transportation; and Vital Statistics and Health. 

For more information and access to the data, please visit- http://ipsr.ku.edu/ksdata/ksah/
  


American Community Survey Profiles

There are general profiles of Kansas, including tables of social, economic, housing, and demographic statistics in Adobe format.

2016 One Year Estimate


Note that due to differences in the questions and methodologies used by the Census Bureau, some caution should be used in comparing American Survey Data from year to year. Please consult the Census Bureau's How to Use the Data for further guidance.

American Community Survey Comparison Profiles


The Census Bureau has created profiles that compare Single Year and American Community Survey One Year Sample data. The profiles indicate whether or not there is a statistically significant difference between the two years. The four comparison surveys are:

State Population


The US Census Bureau produces annual population estimates. The following tables include those estimates for Kansas and counties in Kansas:

Population in Kansas, by County, Current Population Estimates
Population in Kansas, by County, 1860-1970
Population in Kansas, by County, 1980-2010
Population Projections for Kansas, by County, Current Projections

Kansas Population Profiles


These profiles offer a snapshot of various populations within Kansas:

Kansas Health Matters


Intended to help hospitals, health departments, community members and policy makers learn about the health of the community and ways to help improve it.
Click to visit- Kansas Health Matters website