Census 2020 of Population & Housing
-- Summary File 1
-- Detailed Demographics to the Census Block Level; 11+ Million Blocks
This section under development and will be periodically updated. There is some question whether the Census 2020 SF1 counterpart to Census 2010 SF1 will be produced under the same name and scope. The following details are for the Census 2010 SF1.
Analyzing extended demographics by census block and higher level geographic areas ... data resources from Census 2010. The Census 2010 Summary File 1 (SF1) release was completed August 25, 2011.
The SF1 is the third major Census 2010 data resource following the Demographic Profile Summary File (DPSF) data released in May 2011 and following the P.L. 94-171 redistricting data released earlier in 2011.
The SF1 contains 100 percent data asked of all people and about every housing unit on topics such as sex, age, race, Hispanic origin, household relationship, household type, group quarters population, housing occupancy, and housing tenure. The SF1 is released as individual files for the U.S., each state, D.C., Puerto Rico and as a national summary file.
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