Census 2020 of Population & Housing
-- Summary File 2
-- Demographics by Census Tract Level and Up
-- Characteristics Iterated by Race Group & Origin
This section under development and will be periodically updated. There is some question as to whether the Census 2020 SF2 counterpart to Census 2010 SF2 will be produced under the same name and scope. The following details are for the Census 2010 SF2.
The Census 2010 Summary File 2 (SF2), completed April 2012, enables extended demographic analysis by race and origin by census tract and higher level geographic area. See details for additional information about SF2 structure and content.
The SF2 Demographic Profile 1 (DP1) contains a set of widely used demographics for each race, origin and race/origin group tabulated for each geographic area (census tract up). See the list of SF2 DP1 subject matter items. These sample SF2 DP1 profiles (xls) illustrate the scope of subject matter items included: U.S. total population ... U.S. NHPI alone or in combination with other races.
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