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Population Estimates

Population Estimates
The Census is conducted only every decade, but PRC produces annual population estimates for Oregon cities, towns, and counties. Certified estimates for 2016 are here.

Who Votes for Mayor?

Who Votes for Mayor?
The results are in! You can now download summary sheets for 21 cities and the nation as a whole in the "Who Votes for Mayor" project. Who actually votes in municipal elections? Where do the most frequent voters and nonvoters live?

Forecasting Population Change

Forecasting Population Change
The final Oregon Population Forecasts for Region 2 ( Baker, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Lake, Malheur, Morrow, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, and Wheeler counties) have been posted!
The Population Research Center (PRC) is an interdisciplinary public service, research, and training unit for population-related data and research for the State of Oregon.

The mission of PRC is to provide population data, information, research, and analysis for Oregon and its communities. Center staff engage in a variety of demographic activities, including the Oregon State Data Center, the Oregon Population Estimates Program, and a variety of commissioned population projects. PRC staff also teach in the Nohad A. Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, supporting a graduate concentration in applied demography, and are developing a graduate certificate program in applied demography.
 

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