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Many thanks to Kathleen Amen, Government Information Librarian at Blume Library, St. Mary's University in San Antonio, TX, for sharing the template of this guide.
Data.Census.gov is the primary Census website for disseminating data. It is designed to be a centralized platform for users to browse data, build custom tables, explore city profiles, and create data visualizations. In addition to the 2020 Census, data from the American Community Survey and the Current Population Survey are included on the website.
American FactFinder (AFF), the previous Census website, has been sunsetted and will no longer be updated. It will officially go offline on March 31, 2020.
There are numerous ways to access the different types of data available on the Census website:
During the searching process, you can apply filters to help focus your search at multiple stages.
The filters offered allow users to select a wide range of options, including:
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