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The Hispanic Databook by
Publication Date: 2012-09-20
The Hispanic Databook takes a detailed look at this growing population and offers statistics on 15 topics for all 23 Hispanic origins. Raw data for this information comes from Census 2010. Our editors have spent countless hours working and reworking the numbers to present dozens of comparisons and configurations. In nearly 2,000 pages, researchers will find data for 1,264 places: 50 States, 525 Counties (population over 99,999) and 689 Cities (population over 49,999).
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American Community Survey
The American Community Survey is an ongoing survey conducted by the Census Bureau designed to provide timely data about housing and population characteristics on a continuous basis. As of 2005, the ACS provides annual data for areas of 250, 000 or more people.
Includes results from both the American Community Survey and the Puerto Rico Community Survey. Thedata products include estimates of demographic, social, and economic characteristics of people, households and housing units (both occupied and vacant) for every state in the Nation, Puerto Rico, and most areas with a population of 65, and 000 or more.
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