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Census Bureau releases new 5-year American Community Survey Data

census_explorerThe ACS dataset for the past 5 years has been released by the Census Bureary.  See the press release

As well, there are a number of mapping applications that use this data.  Take a look!

Census Explorer: Young Adults: Then and Now Edition

Do more young adults today in your area live with their parents than in previous decades? Do more own their own homes? This edition looks at multiple characteristics of the population age 18-34 in 1980, 1990, 2000 and today (using 2013 American Community Survey 5-year data). Zoom in to see tract, county, metro, state and national-level data.

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Census Explorer: Population Estimates Edition

Explore the latest population estimates for states and counties by age, race, and Hispanic origin.

Census Explorer: Retail Edition

County Business Patterns includes statistics on retail trade in America, including the growing online market. Explore the number of business establishments, employment and average annual payroll for every county in the U.S. for retail as a whole, as well as online retailers, online auctions, and mail order businesses.

Census Explorer: People, Education and Income

Explore a wide range of American Community Survey demographic topics, including median household income, labor force participation and percent of the population 65 and older and explore these statistics for states, counties and census tracts. This edition also includes County Business Patterns statistics at the state and county-levels, including total number of establishments, average employee pay, and information relating to the technology sector.

Census Explorer: Commuting Edition

How have our commutes changed since 1990? This edition looks at the range of commuting measures in 1990, 2000 and 2012 (using the 2012 American Community Survey 2012 5-year estimates). Measures include driving alone, carpooling, taking public transportation, biking, walking, working at home and the percent whose average commute to work takes 60 minutes or more.
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