Demographics of Aging in Wisconsin

This page provides links to information about population aging in Wisconsin counties. "Wisconsin’s Aging Population: Projections for the Growing 65 and Older Population, 2010-2040" is a PDF that provides a series of colored maps showing how population aging is expected to affect Wisconsin counties over the next 25 years. The numbers behind the maps are available in the downloadable Excel file called "County Population Projection Through 2040."  All population projections data come from the Wisconsin Department of Administration's Population Projections program.

Wisconsin Aging Population: Projections for the Growing 65 and Older Population, 2010-2040 (P-00138, PDF, 1,699 KB)
County Population Projection Through 2040 (P-00138a, Excel, 74 KB)

 

Social and Economic Profiles:
The American Community Survey

 

While the Census provides population counts, the Census Bureau collects social and economic information using the American Community Survey.  Based on Survey information, demographic profiles are available for each county and for the state as a whole, detailing the characteristics of the county's older population.  The information comes from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey for 2008-12, in a printer-friendly Excel format for you to download or print. Click a county's name, below, to download its profile.

County Aging Profiles, 2008-12
(All profiles Excel, 27 KB)

Wisconsin (Statewide)

Adams

Ashland

Barron

Bayfield

Brown

Buffalo

Burnett

Calumet

Chippewa

Clark

Columbia

Crawford

Dane

Dodge

Door

Douglas

Dunn

Eau Claire

Florence

Fond du Lac

Forest

Grant

Green

Green Lake

Iowa

Iron

Jackson

Jefferson

Juneau

Kenosha

Kewaunee

La Crosse

Lafayette

Langlade

Lincoln

Manitowoc

Marathon

Marinette

Marquette

Menominee

Milwaukee

Monroe

Oconto

Oneida

Outagamie

Ozaukee

Pepin

Pierce

Polk

Portage

Price

Racine

Richland

Rock

Rusk

Sauk

Sawyer

Shawano

Sheboygan

St. Croix

Taylor

Trempealeau

Vernon

Vilas

Walworth

Washburn

Washington

Waukesha

Waupaca

Waushara

Winnebago

Wood

 

For More Information

For more details about your county's population, or for other Census information, please contact Eric Grosso, Department of Health Services, Bureau of Aging and Disability Resources at 608-266-7803 or email EricR.Grosso@wisconsin.gov.

  

Last Revised: October 19, 2015