These profile reports are based on the most recent data (one-year period) from the American Community Survey. The profiles include four subject areas: demographic, economic, social, and housing. ACS one-year data is not available for any area with less than 65,000 population.Source(s): MCDC/Census Bureau
These profile reports are based on the most recent 5-year data from the American Community Survey. The profiles include four subject areas: demographic, economic, social, and housing. Source(s): MCDC/Census Bureau
Demographic profiles based on complete-count data from the 2000 census short form (Summary File 1). Characteristics include age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, tenure, vacancy, and household relationships. Source(s): MCDC/Census Bureau
Standard demographic profile reports based on 1990 census long-form data (Summary File 3). Profiles include links to metadata and source datasets. Uses "traffic lighting" to highlight values that are unusually high or low. Source(s): MCDC/UMSL Urban Information Center
These reports and charts provide national, state, and county population trends for selected demographic groups (based on age, race, and ethnicity) over time periods covering the post-1990 era. Reports are available in PDF and Excel formats. Source(s): MCDC/Census Bureau; NCHS
The link points to the Census Bureau's State and County QuickFacts profile report for the area. The report page includes links to more relevant data sources for the area. In addition to decennial and ACS census data, the report includes items from BLS, BEA, and the most recent economic and agricultural censuses. Very detailed metadata. Source(s): Census Bureau, BLS, BEA, USDA, etc.
These migration profiles are based on data from the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS tracks tax returns across years, showing movement between states and counties for consecutive tax years. The most recent data are based on tax years 2007 and 2008. Source(s): IRS with custom profile programming by MCDC