Census 2010 Summary Data Profiles
The Census Bureau released computer files containing detailed tabulations of the questions asked of every census respondent (the 100% or short-form questions). This includes information about age, race, Hispanic Origin, sex, household relationship, and housing occupancy for all geographic areas in the state down to the smallest block.
A series of profiles have been produced from these files for
the standard geographic units of the state, counties,
cities, towns, villages, Census Designated Places (CDPs) –
which are unincorporated village-like areas -- and American
Indian Reservations. Additionally, they have been
prepared for metropolitan areas (as they were defined in
January 2010), Congressional Districts of the 111th
Congress, and approximations of ZIP codes (known as ZIP Code
Tabulation Areas or ZCTAs). For more details about
ZCTAs, see the U.S. Census Bureau’s
General Profiles provide a 9-page overview of each geographic area showing general distributions of the questions asked in the 2010 Census and cross-tables such as age by sex, single year of age for persons under 20 by sex, household types, relationships, and group quarters populations by type and age.
Definitions of the data subjects included in these files can be found here.
This page was last updated on July 19, 2011.
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