Demographic statistics program provides information on the number, geographic distribution, and social and economic characteristics of the nation, including the decennial census. Also conducts several periodic censuses every five years, covering the years ending in 2 and 7, e.g., the Economic Censuses of manufacturing, mineral industries, construction industries, retail and wholesale trade, service industries, and transportation and other businesses, and the Census of Governments, which collects state and local data on public finance; public employment; and governmental organization, powers, and activities.
Census Geography and Resources
Includes mapping resources for the censuses, including map resources for census tracts, and other cartographic and geographic resources, e.g. TIGER (Topically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Reference System).
Census 2000 Products
Census 2000 data products and release schedules.
Source for basic facts and data sets for geographic units in the United States.
Population Estimates and Projections (Current Population Survey)
Population estimates for the United States between the censuses and projections for future dates.
American Community Survey
Provides accurate up-to-date annual profiles of American communities in collections of information needed for critical government functions.
Census programs and surveys providing data on housing in the United States.
American Housing Survey
Provides data on housing in the United States at a national level and for 47 selected metropolitan areas on a biennial schedule, collecting data from the same housing units each survey.
International Data Programs
Conducts demographic and socioeconomic studies and strengthens statistical development around the world through technical assistance, training, and software products. Its work is commissioned and funded by federal agencies, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, private businesses, and other governments. For over 50 years IPC has assisted in the collection, processing, analysis, dissemination, and use of statistics with counterpart governments throughout the world.
Foreign Trade Data
Provides statistical measures of the commerce of the United States with foreign countries.
Profiles of the US economy at 5 year intervals, from the national to the local level.
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) has replaced the U.S. Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system, and was developed jointly by the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to provide new comparability in statistics about business activity across North America.
County Business Patterns
Provides annual detailed geographic, industry, and other information for U.S. business establishments.
Census Bureau programs covering local, state and Federal agencies and activities.
Gateway to statistical resources from over 100 Federal agencies.