On this webpage, EUPRPDC will share annually-updated socio-economic data for the region comprised of Chippewa County, Luce County, and Mackinac County, Michigan. EUPRPDC intends for this resource to be used by local units of government, grant-writers, residents, students, and businesses. Please contact EUPRPDC if you have questions or need something specific that is not shared on this page.

Disclaimers: For a majority of the data, there is a lag: data is usually published at least a year behind the current date. Margins of error exist for all of this data; smaller, less-populated municipalities will, in most cases, have higher margins of error–e.g. Hulbert Township’s margin of error for a given variable will be larger than Chippewa County’s for the same variable.

This page was last updated: September 15, 2016

EUPRPDC pulls data from a variety of sources. Depending on the need of a given project, EUPRPDC will access state and federal resources to obtain the data required. Below are some common sources. If one has questions about using these sites, please contact EUPRPDC to get assistance.

American Fact Finder

Census.gov

Michigan Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives

National Association of Counties

U.S. Cluster Mapping

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Bureau of Economic Analysis


1.A: The figure below describes the total populations’ distribution by age in 2014.

1.B: The table below describes the change in the total populations’ distribution by age from 2010 to 2014.

1.A: The figure below describes educational attainment of the population 25 years and over in 2014.

1.B: The table below describes the change in educational attainment of the population 25 years and over from 2010 to 2014.

2.A: The figure below describes educational attainment of the population 25 to 44 years old in 2014.

2.B: The table below describes the change in educational attainment of the population 25 to 44 years old from 2010 to 2014.

1.A: The figure below is a key for figure 1.B.

1.B: The figure below describes the distribution of employed persons across all industries (2-digit NAICS) in 2014.


1.C: The table below describes the change in the distribution of employed persons by industry from 2010 to 2014.

2.A: The figure below describes the distribution of employed persons by occupation in 2014.

2.B: The table below describes the change in the distribution of employed persons by occupation from 2010 to 2014.

3.A: The figure below is a key for figure 3.B.

3.B: The figure below describes the distribution of employed persons by class in 2014.

3.C: The table below describes the change in the distribution of employed persons by class from 2010 to 2014.


1.A: The figure below describes county per capita GDP in 1998 and 2013.

1.A: The figure below describes the percentage of the total population in group quarters in 2010 and 2014. For a description of group quarters, click this hyperlink.

1.B: The table below describes the change in the percentage of the total population in group quarters from 2010 to 2014.

1.A: The figure below describes total households in 2010 and 2014.

1.B: The table below describes the change in total households from 2010 to 2014.

2.A: The figure below describes average household size in 2010 and 2014.

2.B: The table below describes the change in average household size from 2010 to 2014.

1.A: The figure below describes housing tenure in 2014.

1.B: The table below describes the change in housing tenure from 2010 to 2014.

2.A: The figure below describes the distribution of housing costs in 2014.

2.B: The table below describes the change in the distribution of housing costs from 2010 to 2014.

1.A: The figure below describes median income by educational attainment for those 25 years or older and working in 2014.

1.B: The table below describes the change in median income by educational attainment for those 25 years and over and working from 2010 to 2014.

2.A: The figure below describes household income in 2014.

2.B: The table below describes the change in the household income distribution from 2010 to 2014.

3.A: The figure below describes median household income in 2014.

3.B: The table below describes the change in median household income from 2010 to 2014.

4.A: The figure below describes the distribution of total wages paid to employed persons by the public sector and private sector in 2014.

4.B: The table below describes the change in the distribution of total wages paid to employed persons by the public sector and private sector from 2010 to 2014.

1.A: The figure below describes males per 100 females  in 2014.

1.B: The table below describes the change in males per 100 females from 2010 to 2014.

1.A: The figure below describes median age in 2014.

1.B: The table below describes the change in median age from 2010 to 2014.

1.A: The figure below describes where those living in a given area worked in 2014.

1.B: The table below describes the change in where those living in a given area worked from 2010 to 2014.

1.A: The figure below describes the amount of a population segment that is impoverished. For example, when considering the data below pertaining to the USA, the red segment indicates that 1.3% of Americans are 65 years and over and impoverished.

1.A: The figure below describes total population in 2014 and 2010.

1.B: The table below describes the change in population from 2010 to 2014.

2.A: The map below allows a user to click on a municipality within the EUP and see decennial census data from 1970 to 2010. (If the map does not show municipal boundaries atop the EUP, click on the home button and press the zoom button once–orange lines should appear.)

All of these fact sheets are from the 2014 American Community Survey published by the U.S. Census Bureau. They are the most recent. As newer publications are releases, EUPRPDC will update this page accordingly.

For reference:

United States of America: 2010, 2015

State of Michigan: 2010, 2015

Chippewa County: 2010, 2015

Bay Mills Township: 2010, 2015

Bruce Township: 2010, 2015

Chippewa Township: 2010, 2015

Dafter Township: 2010, 2015

DeTour Township: 2010, 2015

DeTour Village: 2010, 2015

Drummond Island Township: 2010, 2015

Hulbert Township: 2010, 2015

Kinross Township: 2010, 2015

Raber Township: 2010, 2015

Rudyard Township: 2010, 2015

Sault Ste. Marie City: 2010, 2015

Soo Township: 2010, 2015

Sugar Island Township: 2010, 2015

Superior Township: 2010, 2015

Trout Lake Township: 2010, 2015

Whitefish Township: 2010, 2015

Luce County: 2010, 2015

Columbus Township: 2010, 2015

Lakefield Township: 2010, 2015

McMillan Township: 2010, 2015

Newberry Village: 2010, 2015

Pentland Township: 2010, 2015

Mackinac County: 2010, 2015

Bois Blanc Township: 2010, 2015

Brevort Township: 2010, 2015

Clark Township: 2010, 2015

Garfield Township: 2010, 2015

Hendricks Township: 2010, 2015

Hudson Township: 2010, 2015

Mackinac Island City: 2010, 2015

Marquette Township: 2010, 2015

Moran Township: 2010, 2015

Newton Township: 2010, 2015

Portage Township: 2010, 2015

St. Ignace Township: 2010, 2015

St. Ignace City: 2010, 2015

2015 Chippewa County Profile – Prepared by Northern Michigan University with assistance from EUPRPDC

2015 Luce County Profile – Prepared by Northern Michigan University with assistance from EUPRPDC

2015 Mackinac County Profile – Prepared by Northern Michigan University with assistance from EUPRPDC

2012 Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates, Michigan and Michigan Counties – This was developed by Networks Northwest

2000 to 2010 Comparison Report – Chippewa County and It’s Municipalities – Decennial Census data

2000 to 2010 Comparison Report – Luce County and It’s Municipalities – Decennial Census data

2000 to 2010 Comparison Report – Mackinac County and It’s Municipalities – Decennial Census data