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Demographics

U.S. Census Bureau is the leading guide for demographics in the United States. This site has data back to 1990. For older data, check the resources below.

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GOVERNMENT WEBSITES

U.S. Labor Department: Demographics

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STATISTICS

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Government Databases in Demographics

Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) offers a lot of census data online. One study, Number 2896 , has county and state data from 1790 onward.

State and County Quick Facts provides recent census data about states and counties.

U.S. Census has a wealth of demographic data for the 2000 census and sample data from the 1990 census.

  • American Factfinder is the page where you can directly extract data. Choose the Data Sets link on the left.

U.S. Labor Department: Demographics

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