2000 - 2020 Minneapolis Demographic Changes by Neighborhood
See how the population of Minneapolis neighborhoods have changed.
How to use the dashboard
View the data
For best results:
- View the dashboard in full screen.
- Use Chrome or Firefox as your browser.
Read the data
Each page contains a map of the Minneapolis neighborhoods, along with many charts. Use the controls to look at neighborhoods, and to compare U.S. Census data from 2000, 2010, and 2020.
Click the button to select your desired dashboard:
- Total population
- Population density
- Housing units
Hover over the area in which you want to get more details.
The Race/Ethnicity page has a chart at the bottom that uses a demographic score. This score examines the percentage of each racial/ethnic category in a neighborhood and compares it to the overall city percentages.
Search the data
Controls are located in the center column.
These controls let you choose from the years 2000, 2010, and 2020 to change the data on the dashboard.
There are three ways to change the year:
- Click the arrows to the right and left of the year.
- Use the drop-down arrow in the date box and pick a year from the list.
- Use the slider below the date box to change the year.
This controls lets you pick a Minneapolis neighborhood to change the neighborhood chart on the right.
Some pages allow you to filter data on both the neighborhood map and the charts.
Charts with controls
- Located on the bottom of the dashboard
- Use to choose from the years 2000, 2010, and 2020 to change the data on the dashboard.
- Select all neighborhoods or pick a custom set of neighborhoods.
Source of data
The data in this dashboard come from the U.S. Census Bureau. For additional information:
Demographic score calculation
This score examines the percentage of each racial/ethnic category in a neighborhood and compares it to the overall city percentages.
- For each racial/ethnic category, the neighborhood percentage was subtracted from the city percentage.
- The absolute value of each result was calculated.
- The sum of all the results within a neighborhood is the neighborhood's demographic score.
Understanding the demographic score
The chart uses the demographic score for both the x and y axis. This means the neighborhoods will all fall on a line.
- Neighborhoods closer to the upper right of the chart have lower demographic scores.
- Neighborhoods closer to the lower left of the chart have higher demographic scores.
Indicates the percentages of a neighborhood’s racial/ethnic categories more closely match the percentages of the city’s racial/ethnic categories.
If a neighborhood and the city have an identical racial/ethnic composition, then the demographic score will be zero.
Indicates the neighborhood less closely matches the city.