Statistical Area

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South Carolina Census Statistical Areas - Table
... The table below describes the 27 United States statistical areas and 46 counties of the State of South Carolina with the following information The combined statistical area (CSA ... The core based statistical area (CBSA) as designated by the OMB ... The 27 United States statistical areas and 46 counties of the State of South Carolina Combined Statistical Area 2006 Population Core Based Statistical Area 2006 Population County 2006 Population ...
Sherman–Denison Metropolitan Area
... The Sherman–Denison Metropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area consisting of one county – Grayson – in North Texas ... The Sherman–Denison Metropolitan Statistical Area is a component of the Dallas–Fort Worth Combined Statistical Area, which covers a 19-county area and had an ...
Lima, Ohio Metropolitan Area - Combined Statistical Area
... The Lima–Van Wert–Wapakoneta Combined Statistical Area is made up of three counties in northwest Ohio ... The statistical area includes one metropolitan area and two micropolitan areas ... Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) Lima (Allen County) Micropolitan Statistical Areas (μSAs) Van Wert (Van Wert County) Wapakoneta (Auglaize County) ...
Savannah Metropolitan Area - Combined Statistical Area
... The Savannah–Hinesville–Statesboro Combined Statistical Area (CSA) is made up of six counties in Georgia ... The statistical area includes two metropolitan areas and one micropolitan area ... Census estimated population for this area was 516,159, up from 495,745 at the 2010 Census ...
Lafayette, Indiana Metropolitan Area - Combined Statistical Area
... The Lafayette–Frankfort Combined Statistical Area (CSA) is made up of four counties in Indiana ... The statistical area includes one metropolitan area and one micropolitan area ...

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