Data-at-a-Glance

Data-at-a-Glance is a tool for generating quick estimates in table format, supplemented by map and chart graphical representations for three AoA administrative data sets (State Program Reports, Title VI Services by Tribal Organization, and the National Ombudsman Reporting System) and three Census databases (American Community Survey Demographic Data, Population Estimates, and Census 2010). Data-at-a-Glance is designed to allow you to examine a single data element by state and year to explore the data for patterns, anomalies, or areas of interest.

To begin your query, please select the desired database from the list below:

AoA Databases

State Program Reports (SPR) 2005-2017

Data on the supportive services programs and congregate and home delivered meals programs under Title III of the Older Americans Act, as well as the Title VII Elder Rights program.

National Ombudsman Reporting System (NORS) 2000-2017

Information on the efforts of Long-Term Care Ombudsmen as reported by each State Long-Term Care Ombudsman program, including data on staffing, facilities and beds, and types of complaints from residents.

Title VI Services by Tribal Organization 2002-2017

Information about nutrition, caregiver, and supportive services provided to Native Americans under Title VI of the Older Americans Act.

Census Databases

American Community Survey (ACS) Demographic Data 2004-2017

Population and housing characteristics data from the ACS for the 60 and older population, both individually and by sex and various age groups. Tabulations are produced from the 1-Year Public Use 5% Microdata Sample (PUMS) file.

Population Estimates Data 2000-2017

Provides population estimates from various Census Bureau files and tools including the Census Population Estimates Program and the American Factfinder system. Rural counts and percents for 2010 are available from the 2010 Decennial Census data and can be accessed by clicking on the link under Census 2010.

Census 2010

2010 Decennial Census population figures by age and sex for each state.