CKAKS-Korean American Census Data

korean american census data

In partnership with the Korean American Coalition-Census Information Center, CKAKS was officially designated as one of 58 Census Information Centers by the U.S. Census Bureau. This page provides access our analysis of the data. All of the tables listed below can be freely downloaded as PDF, MS Excel or MS PowerPoint files. If you use the data in your research or work, we ask that you properly cite the Korean American Coalition-Census Information Center in partnership with the Center for Korean American and Korean Studies, California State University, Los Angeles as the source . Questions related to the listed tables should be addressed to Dr. Eui-Young Yu at eyu@calstatela.edu

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IMPORTANT NOTES: (1) table numbers 1-31 in the left-hand column below do not correspond to the table numbers in the downloaded files; (2) the tables are not in any particular order, but have been uploaded in the order they were created and received (we apologize if they makes it difficult to find the data you are interested in).

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down load arrowTables 1-6 Description. Tables 1-6 are from a press conference held on July 2, 2003. All six are are available on a single PDF file (click here on arrow to download file).

Table 1 Population Change in the United States by Race/Ethnicity, 1990 - 2000
Table 2 Population Change in California by Race/Ethnicity, 1990 - 2000
Table 3 Population Change in the Five-County Area* by Race/Ethnicity, 1990 – 2000
Table 4 Population Change in Los Angeles County by Race/Ethnicity, 1990 - 2000

Table 5

Population Change in Orange County by Race/Ethnicity, 1990 - 2000

Also Available--MS PowerPoint® presentation: Orange County Race and Ethnic Profile: Social and Economic Data, 2000 (tables and maps) • On some computers, after downloading this file, you may need to open this file directly from the Microsoft Powerpoint program

Table 6 Population in ‘Koreatown’, Los Angeles by Race/Ethnicity, 2000

Tables 7-21 Description. Table no. 7 below is from a press conference held June 4, 2003. Tables 8-13 are updated versions of tables originally released on the same date. The updated versions contain new data for CA, Los Angeles and Orange County, and were released on July 18, 2003. Two additional tables were also added. Each table can by down load arrowdowloaded individually by clicking on the individual link. Or you can all download all tables as single MS Excel file (click link or download arrow).

Table 7 Educational Attainment (% with College Degree), by Race and Asian Ethnicity, 2000
Table 8 Educational Attainment (4-year college degree or higher) - People 25 years and older - by State and Race/Ethnicity, 2000 [UPDATED]
Table 9 Employed Civilian Population by Sector, Race/Ethnicity, and State, 2000 [UPDATED]
Table 10 Median Houshold and Per Capita Income by State and Racial and Asian Groups, 2000 [UPDATED]
Table 11 Unemployment Rate - People in labor force 16 years and older - by State and Race/Ethnicity [UPDATED]
Table 12 Total and Senior Poverty Rates by States and by Race/Ethnicity, 2000 [UPDATED]
Table 13 Nativity and Citizenship for Selected Asian Groups by Adulthood and State, 2000 [UPDATED]
Table A

English-Speaking Ability for Foreign-Born Population by Selected States, 2000 [TEMPORARILY UNAVAIBLE--ERRORS IN TABLE]

Table B Percent of Population 5 Years and Over in Linguistically Isolated Household [ADDED]
Table 14 Korean Population by State, 2000
Table 15 Korean Population by City/Place, 2000 ("The Top 100 Cities in the United States for Koreans")
Table 16 Age Structure of the Korean Population in the United States by Place of Birth, 2000
Table 17 Korean Population by Sex and Age in the United States, 2000
Table 18 Top 25 Counties for Korean Population in the United States, 2000
Table 19 Top 100 Counties for Korean Population in the United States, 2000
Table 20 Korean Population Change in Los Angeles County (by city), 1990-2000
Table 21 Estimates of the Residual Foreign Born by Place of Birth and Sex, 2000

Tables 22-133 Decription. Tables 19-28 below are from a press conference held on July 7, 2003. Tables 29-39 cover miscellaneous topics, and the remaining tables are available as PowerPoint siide shows. The first set (tables 40-71) is a sample survey of Korean churches in Southern California and the second set (tables 72-133) provides a review of social and economic indicators for Korean American and other Asian ethnic groups in 5 major metropolitan areas. Click on the links to download the tables or slides shows.

Table 22 English Ability by Age and Race/Ethnicity, 2000
Table 23 Language Spoken at Home by Race/Ethnicity, 2000
Table 24 Mean and Median Family Size by Race and Ethnic Group, 2000
Table 25 Marital Status by Race and Ethnicity, 15 Years of Age and Over, Census 2000 Supplementary Survey PUMS Data Set
Table 26 Educational Attainment by Race/Ethnicity 25 Years and Older
Table 27 Citizenship Status by Age and Race/Ethnicity, 2000
Table 28 Mean and Median Yearly Family Income by Race/Ethnicity by Place of Birth, 1999 – 2000
Table 29 Mean and Median Yearly Household Income by Race/Ethnicity by Place of Birth, 1999 – 2000
Table 30 Mean and Median of Total Person’s Yearly Income by Race and Ethnicity by Place of Birth, 25 – 64 Years of Age, 1999 – 2000
Table 31 Food Stamp Recipiency by Race and Ethnicity, United States, 2000
Table 32 Asian Population by Three Categories for Selected Groups, 2000

 

Table 33 Korean Population in the United States by Three Categories by State, 2000
Table 34 Distribution of Population by Region and by Race/Ethnicity, 2000
Table 35 Distribution of Koreans by Region, 1990 –2000
Table 36 Population Distribution by Metropolitan Status and Race/Ethnicity, 2000
Table 37 Korean Population in Selected Metropolitan Areas, 2000
Table 38 Charateristics of Minority-Owned Business Firms in Selected Areas by Race and Ethnicity, 1997
Table 39 Business Concentration for Koreans and Chinese by Detailed Industry, 1997

Tables
40-71

Sample Survey of Korean Churches in Southern California, 2003 (Powerpoint slideshow containing 32 tables--size: 420 KB)
Tables

72-133
Social and Economic Indicators by Race and Asian Ethnic Group and Korean Population Density Maps for Five Metropolitan Areas: (1) Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange; (2) New York-NJ-Long Island; (3) Washington-Balitmore; (4) San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose; and (5) Chicago-Gary-Kenosha (Powerpoint slideshow containing 62 tables and 5 color maps--size: 1.7 MB)