Esri provides North American regional standard sociodemographic data sourced from Michael Bauer Research GmbH; this data is updated every two years. Esri provides both standard data from Michael Bauer Research GmbH and advanced data for Mexico, sourced from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) and the National Statistical Directory of Economic Units (DENUE), and Puerto Rico, sourced from the U.S. Census Bureau and American Community Survey (ACS).
Esri also provides advanced data only for Canada, sourced from Environics Analytics, and the United States, sourced from Esri, U.S. Census Bureau, and American Community Survey (ACS). Data for Canada and the United States is updated annually.
What is included with North American data?
North American regional data includes the following:
- Standard datasets sourced from Michael Bauer Research GmbH are licensed by Esri without modification. Sociodemographic data includes information such as population counts, household size, educational attainment, and other demographic statistics.
- Advanced demographic datasets are sourced as noted for Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and the United States. These datasets are typically annotated, aggregated, and analyzed; visit individual country pages to see the variable lists, sample reports, and provider methodology statements.
- Canada and the United States include extended advanced datasets, such as market segmentation, consumer spending, market potential, business summaries, crime indexes, and traffic counts. Visit individual country pages for full information.
Regional datasets provide a fundamental base of information for data calculations and business analysis.
North American regional datasets
The following countries have regional datasets available: