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American Community Survey 2010 - 5-Year Estimates

2010 American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year estimates, released December 2011, are based on data collected from January 1, 2006 to December 31, 2010 and are available for national scope geographic areas from Census 2010 block group up. These 5-year estimates are centric to mid-2008.

ACS 2010 County to County Migration (new June 2013)
... inbound, outbound and net movers for each/all counties.
... interactive table.

ACS 2010 School District Special Tabulation
... children's demographic and living characteristics by school district.
... demographic tabulated by type of enrollment universe.
... all school districts interactive ranking table using 2009-10 boundaries.

Examining Linguistic Isolation by Block Group
... using ACS 2010 5-year estimates by census block groups (BG)
... languages spoken by households; ability to speak English
... interactive ranking tables; visual analysis using GIS

Analyzing Census Tract GeoDemographic Change 2000-2010-2012
... view/analyze Census 2000 tracts and corresponding Census 2010 tracts
... examine FFIEC HMDA/CRA Census 2000 service area tracts
      with corresponding new Census 2010 service area tracts
... view Census 2000 & Census 2010 tracts side-by-side with associated demographics
... associate ACS 2010 5-year estimates with Census 2000 & Census 2010 tracts
... examine implications of changing tract boundaries and demographics

2010 ACS Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Under Development
... counterpart/update to the Census 2000 EEO special tabulation
... enables EEOC compliance and wide range of other workforce analyses
... based on ACS 2010 5-year respondent data

Find Census Tract Based on Address
Key in address using this form. Then use codes shown in resulting page to locate census tract in table shown below. Use the query tools below the table to locate the county and tract of interest. For example, if you want tract 305.15 (aka 030515) in Collin County, TX ... click ShowAll button. Key in 'TX Collin' (case sensitive - omit apostrophes) in the Find in Name box then click Find in Name button. Scroll down to tract 030515. The median household income estimate, centric to 2008, is $99,593.

ACS 2010 Census Tract Demographics Interactive Table
  Click column header to sort; click again to sort other direction.
  Click ShowAll between queries. See usage notes below table.
  See related Interactive Tables.

Usage Notes
All Census 2010 census tracts are shown in the above table (Puerto Rico not included). Demographic estimates are based on ACS 2010 5-year estimates. These items are illustrative of subject matter available. See to view more detailed subject matter available.

Click State dropdown below table to view areas for a selected state.
Click SumLev dropdown below table to view a selected type of geography (e.g., only school districts).
Click column header to sort; click again to sort other direction.
Click ShowAll between queries
Column Headings and Terms:
  • CBSA - Core-Based Statistical Area (see see codes)
  • ST+County Name - state Postal code and county name
  • CtyCode - Census 2010 County FIPS code
  • Tract - Census 2010 Tract code
  • Population - total population
  • %HSGrad - % population ages 25 and over who are high school graduates
  • %CollGrad - % population ages 25 and over who are college graduates
  • MdHHIncome - Median Household Income $
  • %Poverty - percent population in poverty
  • HsgUnits - housing units
  • Occupied - occupied housing units
  • Vacant - vacant housing units
  • OwnOcc - owner occupied housing units
  • RntOcc - renter occupied housing units
  • MdHsgValue - median housing value
      -- will show as 0 if there were insufficient data to develop the estimate.

About ACS. The American Community Survey (ACS) is a nationwide survey conducted by the Census Bureau designed to provide more frequently updated demographics for national and sub-national geography than provided by the decennial census program. The ACS collects and produces population and housing information every year instead of every ten years The ACS currently has an annual sample size of about 3.5 million addresses. ACS is integrally connected with Census 2010.

ACS 2010 Scope of Program
Sample Size:
- Housing units: initial addresses selected: 2,899,676; final interviews: 1,917,799
- Group Quarters population: initial sample selected: 197,045; final interviews: 144,948
- Housing units: 99.1%; Group Quarters population: 81.0%; total population: 94.6%
Response Rates (housing units):
- Housing units: 97.5%

- ACS Design Methodology
- ACS 2010 Technical Documentation

Selected 5-year Estimates References
  • ACS2010_5-Year_TableShells.xls
  • ACS_2006-2010_SF_Tech_Doc.pdf
  • Sequence_Number_and_Table_Number_Lookup.txt
  • Sequence_Number_and_Table_Number_Lookup.xls

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