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The U.S. Census Bureau is the leading source of statistical information about the nation’s people. Our population statistics come from decennial censuses, which count the entire U.S. population every ten years, along with several other surveys.
American Community Survey (U.S. Census)
The ACS provides granular & flexible data on local population & household census info. It is independent of the 10 year cycle of the nationwide census. The ACS undergoes constant change & refinements, every year.
International Database of Population, 1950-present (U.S. Census)
Current or historical population data of any country back to 1950, or projections of population as far forward as 2050.
2010 U.S. Census
Provide details about race and Hispanic groups, age, sex and housing status for each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.