Profiles of Ohio provides data on all populated communities and counties in the state of Ohio for which the US Census provides individual statistics. This edition also includes profiles of 132 unincorporated places based on US Census data by zip code.
This premier reference work includes 5 major sections that cover:
- Comparative Statistics
- Community Rankings
- Ancestry & Ethnicity
New to Profiles of Ohio, this 4-color section includes a photo gallery, as well as comprehensive sections on Ohio's History & Government, Timeline of History, Land & Natural Resources, Ohio Energy Profile, and Demographic Maps, giving the reader a real sense of the state and its history. Filled with charts and maps, these 42 pages help to anchor the researcher to the state, both physically and politically.
These profiles give the user an easy-to-read snapshot of every populated place in the state of Ohio, from Columbus to Cleveland to the smallest unincorporated hamlet - all 1,346 places plus 88 counties - based on Census 2010 and data from the 2012-2016 American Community Survey. Featured in each profile include: History, Geography, Climate, Population, Housing, Vital Statistics, Economy, Education, Environment, Public Safety, and more. Each profile promises richness and depth, all packed in an easy-to-navigate format.
Categories NEW to this edition include dentists per capita and selected monthly owner costs with and without a mortgage. In addition to place and county profiles, this section includes a Place Name Index.
This section includes tables that compare Ohio's 100 largest incorporated communities by dozens of data points.
This section includes tables that rank the top 150 and bottom 150 incorporated communities with population over 2,500, in dozens of categories.
This section begins with an Educational State Profile, summarizing number of schools, students, diplomas granted and educational dollars spent. Following the state profile are School District Rankings on 16 topics ranging from Student/Teacher Ratios to Current Expenditures per Student. Following these rankings are statewide National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) results and data from the Ohio Department of Education showing a statewide overview of student performance.
Ancestry & Ethnicity
This section includes need-to-know data on the Hispanic and Asian population in Ohio, as well as data on all ancestry groups reported in the state. Details include: population concentrations, income, educational attainment, and much more.
This section provides extensive climatological data on all of Ohio’s weather stations, including statistics on maximum and minimum temperatures, precipitation, extreme temperatures, humidity, and more.
Free Online Access with Print Purchase
Buyers of the fourth edition of Profiles of Ohio get FREE ONLINE ACCESS! The online site offers users immediate access to sortable comparative ranking charts that allow for quick and easy comparisons of all populated places in the state. Plus, online access provides additional data points only available online!