American FactFinder 2 Resources – How to Find Census Data

With many thanks to Valerie and Ashley of the  Community Research Institute (CRI), here are a number of resources from their “How to Use the NEW American FactFinder” Program:

2010 Census Demographic Profile

  • Sex and age
  • Race
  • Hispanic or Latino
  • Hispanic or Latino and race
  • Relationship
  • Household by Type
  • Housing Occupancy
  • Housing Tenure

 

Selected 2010 ACS Housing Characteristics

  • Housing Occupancy
  • Year structure built
  • Rooms
  • Bedrooms
  • Housing Tenure
  • Year householder moved into unit
  • Vehicles available
  • House heating fuel
  • Selected characteristics
  • Occupants per room
  • Value
  • Mortgage status
  • Selected monthly owner costs
  • Gross rent
Selected 2010 ACS Economic Characteristics

  • Employment status
  • Commuting to work
  • Occupation
  • Industry
  • Class of worker
  • Income and benefits
  • Health insurance coverage
  • Poverty

Selected 2010 ACS Social Characteristics

  • Household by type
  • Relationship
  • Marital status
  • Fertility
  • Grandparents
  • School enrollment
  • Educationial attainment
  • Veteran status
  • Disability status
  • Place of birth
  • U.S. citizenship status
  • Year of entry
  • World region of birth of foreign born
  • Language spoken at home
  • Ancestry

More FactFinder 2 help from the Census:

Questions?
Contact the Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center for further assistance with the NEW American FactFinder.

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