U.S. Census Bureau Releases Guam’s 2010 Census Housing Counts

The U.S. Census Bureau today released Guam’s 2010 Census Housing counts. On April 1, 2010, 50,567 housing units were counted on Guam, representing a 6 percent increase over the previous decade, or 47,677 housing units in 2000.  The Census Bureau additionally released housing counts by village and at the Census Designated Place level.  In 2010, Guam’s housing counts increased in northern and central Guam while decreasing in the south.  “We see that the central villages of Guam, Asan-Maina,  Barrigada, and Mangilao, showed the greatest increase in  housing unit counts between 2000 and 2010”, added Tommy Morrison, Director, Bureau of Statistics and Plans. More detailed information on Guam’s housing and population characteristics will be available in the Guam Demographic Profile expected for release in Summer 2012 followed by the Summary File in the Fall.

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1990 - 2010 Guam Census Population (.pdf format)