Esri U.S. Demographics are available across the ArcGIS platform, offering a comprehensive set of demographic, lifestyle, spending, and business data for mapping and analysis purposes. Esri U.S. Demographics can be accessed through web maps and GeoEnrichment services, which include infographics, data enrichment, and reports.
Vintages noted are for data orders; however, these vintages may differ in software and online products.
Esri offers current-year updates and five-year projections of population, age by sex, race and Hispanic origin, households and families, tenure, home value, household income, household income by age of householder, per capita income, current-year employed population by occupation and industry, unemployment, current-year marital status, current-year educational attainment, current-year age by sex and race, current-year disposable income, current-year net worth, and more.
and US Census Bureau
2010 & 2000
Esri provides census data for geographies not supplied by the Census Bureau including ZIP codes, DMAs, rings, drive times, and hand-drawn areas. Esri also provides data for states, counties, tracts, block groups, places, CBSAs, congressional districts, and county subdivisions.
American Community Survey (ACS)
US Census Bureau
Esri provides ACS data for households by social security income, households by retirement income, poverty status, labor force, journey to work, languages spoken, and ancestry. To increase understanding of the data, Esri developed a system of reliability symbols that indicates the accuracy of each estimate. Esri also provides the ACS data for geographies not supplied by the Census Bureau such as ZIP codes, rings, drive times, and hand-drawn areas.
Tapestry Segmentation provides an accurate, detailed description of America’s neighborhoods. U.S. residential areas are divided into 67 distinctive segments based on their socioeconomic and demographic composition.
2017 in 2020 geography
This database includes retail sales by industry to households and retail potential or spending by households. The database provides a direct comparison between retail sales and consumer spending by industry and measures the gap between supply and demand.
Esri’s business locations data is extracted from a comprehensive list of businesses licensed from Infogroup. The business list contains data for more than 13 million U.S. businesses including name and location, industrial classification code, number of employees, and sales.
The Business Locations data from SafeGraph contain information on 5 million U.S. places including name, location, industrial classification code, and brand. These places are defined as locations where consumers can spend money and/or time and includes places like restaurants, grocery stores, malls, parks, hospitals, museums and more.
This geographic database summarizes the comprehensive list of businesses from Infogroup for select NAICS and SIC summary categories and includes total number of businesses, sales, and employees for a trade area.
This comprehensive database, developed by Esri, is based on a combination of the latest Consumer Expenditure Surveys (CEX) from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data is reported by product or service and includes total expenditures, average spending per household, and a Spending Potential Index (SPI) for current year and five-year projection.
and GfK MRI
The Market Potential database includes data representing goods, services, attitudes, and activities and is collected from the GfK MRI consumer survey. The database provides the expected number of consumers and a Market Potential Index (MPI).
Esri’s traffic count data comes from TrafficMetrix and provides the most current and extensive US traffic data for trade analysis, routing, or mathematical modeling.
Major Shopping Centers
Directory of Major Malls, Inc. (DMM)
The Major Shopping Centers data from the DMM database includes details for more than 7,700 shopping centers and malls with approximately 200,000 or more square feet of gross leasable area (GLA) and lifestyle/specialty/mixed-use centers of any size.
Applied Geographic Solutions (AGS)
Esri’s Crime Indexes data incorporates information from the AGS national CrimeRisk database that is based on an extensive analysis of several years of crime incidents reported by most U.S. law enforcement jurisdictions. The Crime Indexes database includes standardized indexes for a range of serious crimes against both persons and property. The data is available at multiple geographies down to the block group level.