Category Archives: Data Tools

2011 American Community Survey Estimates Tell Us about our Communities

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Tweet Written by: James B. Treat Do you want to know more about statistics for your local community, such as educational attainment, how many people have health insurance, poverty rates or commute times? Have you ever wondered what the median … Continue reading

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Tracking Health Insurance Trends for Small Counties

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Tweet Written by: Wes Basel Today, the Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE) program released estimates for 2010 of the number of insured and uninsured for counties and states nationwide. The program also provides a Web-based interactive tool that allows … Continue reading

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Measuring America’s Economy and Delivering Economic Indicators on the Go

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Tweet Written By: William Bostic How do you stay on the pulse of America’s Economy, one that is constantly changing? Now you will have economic indicators available at your fingertips with today’s release of our first-ever mobile app. America’s Economy … Continue reading

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FactFinder is More than Just a Website

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Tweet Written By: Jeff Sisson Some devoted Census Bureau data users have recently posted concerns about American FactFinder and its cost. We’ve had a lot of this feedback since it launched late last year and many improvements based on that … Continue reading

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Mapping at the U.S. Census Bureau

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Tweet Written by: Lisa Sikes and Katy Rossiter When you think of the Census Bureau, you might imagine filling out a census or survey form.  Maybe you think of the billions of statistics and counts that are available. What you … Continue reading

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