Detailed 2010 Census population counts for Hawaii are being released next week.
The U.S. Census Bureau announced Thursday that it will provide data on race, demographics and population broken down across voting districts, cities and counties.
Federal law calls for the Census to provide redistricting data to every state by April 1.
Redistricting in Hawaii will be handled by a panel, with two members each appointed by House and Senate majority and minority party leaders.
The eight elect a chair person, and the panel then has 150 days to draw boundaries for each of the state’s 51 House districts and 25 Senate districts.