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ACS helps communities

Watch these videos to see how statistics from the American Community Survey are used to make decisions and future plans across the U.S.

KaBOOM! uses ACS data to make communities more playful for kids

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ACS helps scientists prepare for the next potential infectious disease outbreak

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Making better transportation decisions with ACS

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ACS helps communities provide resources for the elderly and disabled

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ACS, helping decision makers provide solutions in times of need

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Greater Houston Partnership Uses ACS Data

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National Association of Home Builders Uses ACS Data

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