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2003 Data Profiles 

2003 Multi-Year Profiles 

2002 Data Profiles

2001-2002 Change Profiles

2000-2002 Change Profiles

Special Tabulations

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2001 Data Profiles

2000-2001 Change Profiles

2000 Data Profiles

1999 Data Profiles


2003 Data released August 26, 2004!

2003 Data Profiles
2003 Data Profiles provide data on demographic, social, economic, and housing topics for over 800 geographical areas in both tabular and narrative format. Go to 2003 Data Profiles >>

2003 Multi-Year Profiles
For select geographies, Multi-Year Profiles show data side-by-side from 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, indicating where there is a statistically significant difference between previous years and the current year. Go to 2003 Multi-year Profiles >>

Note: Multi-year profiles are available in tabular format only.

Previous Years Online
You can use the links in the navigation box to access our data profiles from previous years, or click here for 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, or 2002-2001 change, 2002-2000 change, 2001-2000 change data.


American FactFinder
The American Community Survey publishes a complete set of the 822 detailed tables on the Census Bureau's American FactFinder web site. Go to American Factfinder >>

Before you go, let us give you a brief explanation of the ACS detailed tables on FactFinder.

Special Tabulations Program
This program offers custom tabulations on a cost-reimbursable basis for users with special needs not met by general purpose products, such as summary tables. Please review the Special Tabulations Fact Sheet to learn more.

Or if you prefer portable data, click here for details on getting your copy of over 800 tables in an easy-to-use CDROM data-viewing application. The data on the recently released CD are from the 2000 and 2001 surveys.


Source: U.S. Census Bureau
American Community Survey Office

Last revised: Thursday August 26, 2004

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