U.S. Department of Commerce

American Indian and Alaska Native

Census 2000 Data for 249 Population Groups, including 39 Tribal Groups

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Total Population
Age
Housing Occupancy
Owners and Renters (Tenure)
Sex
Disability
Educational Attainment
Grandparents as Caregivers
Language Spoken at Home
Marital Status
Nativity and Place of Birth
Region of Foreign Born
Residence in 1995
School Enrollment
Veteran Status
Commuting to Work
Class of Worker
Employment Status
Income in 1999
Industry
Occupation
Poverty Status in 1999
House Heating Fuel
Mortgage Status and Value
Occupants per Room
Plumbing/Kitchen Facilities
Telephone Service
Units in Structure
Year Structre Built
Year Householder Move into Unit
Vehicles Available


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Getting more data:

View a list of all tables in Census 2000 Summary File 2 and all tables in Census 2000 Summary File 4.



About the data:

Hundred Percent Data - General Characteristics are from Summary File 2 (SF 2)

The general characteristics table is derived from Summary File 2 (SF 2) which is based on answers to the questions on the Census 2000 Short-Form Questionnaire (PDF - 424 KB).

  • The SF 2 data product is focused on examining the Census 2000 results by race and ethnicity and repeat the 47 or more tables for 249 poulation groups, including 78 tribes.
  • The results have been filtered using population thresholds to protect the confidentiality of the responses provided.
  • The lowest geographic level is Tribal Census Tract.

More details about this file can be found on the Summary File 2 overview (LINKS TO SAFF - NOT SUPPORTED. POPUP?.

Sample Data - Social, Economic and Housing Characteristics are from Summary File 4

The social, economic and housing characteristics tables are derived from Summary File 4 which is based on answers from a sample of approximately 19 million housing units (about 1 in 6 households) that received the Census 2000 Long-Form Questionnaire (PDF - 627 KB). American Indian and Alaska Native areas were sampled at a higher rate, approximately 1 in 2. Like SF 2:

  • The SF 4 data product is focused on examining the Census 2000 results by race and ethnicity but includes an additional 86 ancestry groups for a total of 336 groups.
  • The SF 4 results have been filtered to protect the confidentiality of the responses provided.
  • The lowest geographic level is Tribal Census Tract.

More details about this file can be found on the Summary File 4 overview (LINKS TO SAFF - NOT SUPPORTED. POPUP?.

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | American Indian and Alaska Native | 301-763-INFO (4636) | Last Revised: July 01, 2013