|Data Dictionary:||Census 2010 - PL94 Redistricting Data|
|Data Source:||U.S. Census Bureau; Social Explorer|
A percentage change is a way to express a change in a variable. It represents the relative change between the old value and the new, which refers to the percent growth or decline.For example: Population Percent Change = (Population Change / Total Population in 2000) * 100.
Percentage points are the unit for the arithmetic difference of two percentages.For example: Percent White in 2010 - Percent White in 2000.