The Applied Population Laboratory has recently completed a statewide report highlighting data on Hmong in Wisconsin. The new report can be found here:
Hmong in Wisconsin: A Statistical Overview presents demographic information on the state’s Hmong population. The report relies principally on data from the 2010 Census and estimates from the American Community Survey (ACS) to create a statistical portrait of Hmong in Wisconsin and draw comparisons with Wisconsin’s total population in a series of charts, maps, and tables. Thematically the report focuses on demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of the Hmong population such as size and distribution, age structure, composition of households and families, education, income and poverty, employment, housing, and health care. In a few instances, the report includes time-series data with the results of earlier Censuses. To supplement Census and ACS data sources, the report also draws on data from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and Department of Public Instruction.
A previous edition of the Hmong chartbook (2003) can be found in the Publications section of the APL’s website:
For questions about the report, please contact Dan Veroff at email@example.com.This entry was posted in Economic and Community Development, Extension and Outreach and tagged community and environmental sociology by Nicole. Bookmark the permalink.