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Provides an overview of the different types of censuses produced the by U.S. Census Bureau. Also includes a list of the types of questions that can be found in various U.S. censuses of people, as well as WHAT IS NOT covered by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Did you know that there are more than a dozen different types of "Censuses" in the United States? The U.S. Census Bureau is an official arm of the U.S. Government,and specializes in compiling, analyzing and distributing the bulk of the government produced census data in the USA.
ACS provides granularity & flexibility in compiling localized population & household census information, without having to wait for the next 10 year cicle of nationwide census compilations to kick in. ACS undergoes constant change & refinements every year. All reports are available on demand, in a do it yourself format.
As of April 1, 2010 there were more than 308 million people living in the USA. This site lets you extract Census data for a State; a Metropolitan area; a County; a City; or a Zipcode. Available data includes Population, Households, Race, Education, Income, Employment, Housing costs, Disability status, Age and other socio-economic information.
This is a guide to major components of the Decennial Censuses of the USA, starting with 1790, through 2000. Formats and the specific questions asked have changed greatly over the decades. These documents are just the tip of the icebergs, and do not include special topical reports, nor cross-tabbed analysis. All of these documents are offered as PDFs.
The U.S. Census Bureau is constantly updating & revising its myriad array of different census products & special or topical reports, such as a February 2016 analysis of the voting age population of New Hampshire.
Quick, easy to use system, to obtain the current or historical population of any country, as far back as 1950, or projections of population as far forward as 2050. You can also get aggregates of combined global population, as well as "Population Clocks" for the US and the World.
47 statistical tables & components that are produced from monthly surveys across the USA on Consumer Sentiment, opinion & expectations that consumers have about the nation's economic behavior and economic activity. Data is offered back to 1978 in downloadable formats. Additional info about survey design & methodology is available from: http://www.sca.isr.umich.edu/survey-info.php