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Mapping America

Census Bureau of American Community Survey.

Browse local data from the Census Bureau's American Community Survey, based on samples from 2005 to 2009. Scroll your cursor over the map based on a zipcode and pull up the demographics for that region.

Local and state governments use statistical information the Census Bureau provides to distribute money to cities and towns. The census data help to plan and fund: school construction, transportation systems and highways, Police and fire precincts, public housing, and future utility needs.

Data analysts use census data to determine:how cities are growing and changing,sites for new businesses, if a community has the workforce a company needs, sites for day care and nursing care, and forecast future demand for products.

Published by New York Times in 2005-2009


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Grade Level(s):All
Curriculum Areas:History/Social Science
Themes/Keywords: Census
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