2020 Census Data & Visualizations
Census Data for Your County
Select a county from this map to view specific census information for that county or click the button below to see statewide information or click on the County-specific links below.
Population Determines Economic Impact
Per the NC Census, North Carolina's estimated statewide population in 2017 was 10,283,255.
More than $1,623 per person in federal aid and $205 in state aid are distributed annually in North Carolina based directly or indirectly on the census count. CHIP, Medicare and Medicaid, SNAP (Food Stamps), Head Start, Foster Care and National School Lunch Program grants, and Highway planning and construction grants (including the NC Powell Bill) rely on census information.
Census Data Brings Tax Dollars Back to Your Community
Estimated Fiscal Impact
Per the NC Census, approximate fiscal impact for the largest federal and state programs are below for Triangle J Counties. Actual federal funding to counties varies by program participation. State fiscal impacts for the two largest programs: State Street-Aid and Sales & Use Tax Distributions.
- Chatham County: $132,961,408
- Durham County: $561,208,796
- Johnston County: $355,127,388
- Lee County: $109,184,612
- Moore County: $178,328,712
- Orange County: $261,093,240
- Wake County: $1,923,275,360
NOTE: Not all state fiscal distributions included.
Interested in Learning More?
Resources About Federal Funding
Initial Analysis: 16 Large Census-guided Financial Assistance Programs