Additional Sources for Census and Demographic Data
American Community Survey - Provides up-to-date statistical data on social, economic, and housing information. Provided by the US Census Bureau.
American Housing Survey - A Census Bureau/HUD service that collects data on the nation's housing (down to selected MSAs), conducted about every six years.
Business Census - This new site makes searching for business-related census data simpler.
Census 2010 - US Census Bureau official website for the 2010 Census.
Census 2000 Data for North Carolina - Lists available data from the Census Bureau. Includes redistricting information, summary files, demographic profiles, and supplementary surveys.
Census Economic Briefing Room - This includes construction, new home sales, home ownership, wholesale trade, income, poverty, etc., with briefings on current standings.
Census Minority Links - Information on the following populations: Black / African American, Hispanic / Latino, Asian / Pacific Islander, and American Indian / Alaska Native.
Census Tracts...Want to Find Yours? - Just fill in the blanks to get your census tract, plus other useful facts. You can also get a simple map of the area.
Community Profiles - Get a wide variety of detailed statistics for NC or any county in the state, from NC's LINC system.
Comparisons Between ACS and 2000 Census Data - Find out if comparisons are even possible, before you get started.
FedStats - Federal site that contains links to numerous government agency sites that offer a variety of statistics.
Glossary - Definitions for census terminology.
Income - Links to census sources of data on income.
North Carolina Census Lookup - Create customized census reports by geographic area type, county, or municipality.
North Carolina State Data Center - Demographic, economic, school district, and some health insurance data for NC and "its component geographic areas." Census data past and present.
North Carolina State Demographics - State and local demographic projections / estimates.
Piedmont Triad Council of Governments - Census data relative to the Piedmont Triad counties: Alamance, Caswell, Davidson, Guilford, Montgomery, Randolph and Rockingham.
Poverty - Definitions and data from the US Census Bureau.
Profiles of General Demographic Characteristics for NC - Takes you directly to the PDF publication from the Census Bureau.
QuickFacts - For states and counties in the US, statistics on "people, business, and geography."
US Census Bureau Home Page - A good starting point, with access to many levels of census data.