Decennial Census

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U.S. Census Bureau

The U.S. census is constitutionally mandated and conducted every ten years. It counts each U.S. resident and is used to determine how to apportion the House of Representatives among the states. 2010 is the most recent Decennial Census.


This dataset is part of the Community Indicator Library, a project that originated with IP3 ASSESS, the Institute for People, Place, and Possibility's web-based data solution designed and built for changemakers using data to advance equitable well-being in communities around the Nation. Learn how to access data for your community with IP3 ASSESS.

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Community Indicator Library
Published on 01/10/2024