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Everything you need in one place! Each entry contains complete income and demographic information, including ZIP code, state, county, and city.
Contains median household income, mean household income, per capita income, households by income ranges, and percentage of high-income households.
A full breakdown of population by race and ethnicity, including White, Black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, two or more races, Hispanic or Latino origin, and other.
Age and gender statistics are presented by age groups across male and female genders, with a granularity of 5 years.
The population, divided into no diploma, high school, some college, bachelor's degree, and graduate degree based on educational attainment.
Breakdown of population by poverty and unemployment rate, including GINI index of income inequality.
A description of the residential characteristics of the home, such as its value, rental cost, year of the structure built, vehicles available, and whether or not it is owned or rented.
Contains average household size, total families, married-couple families, married-couple families with own children under 18 years, single male and female with and without own children under 18 years.
Transportation means to work, including the average commute times in minutes, such as driving alone, carpooling, taking public transportation, walking, riding a motorcycle/bicycle/other means, working from home.
Breakdown of population by geographical mobility: moved since the previous year, same house a year ago, moved from the same county, moved from a different county, moved from a different state and moved from abroad.
A brief history of how the Census Bureau reaches the underrepresented
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