How many homes have the Internet? Which type of job employ more people? How many people live in the United States? Take this quiz to learn more about the variety of data you can find from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Every year the U.S. Census Bureau releases facts relevant to the holidays. The holiday season is about uniting and celebrating with family and friends. In order to recognize this time of year the, U.S. Census Bureau reveals the holiday-related facts for features. Using statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau’s collection of surveys and outside sources, this fact for features offers facts related to how America makes the holiday season special.
Test your knowledge of population data! Start by choosing your geographic level: metro areas or states. Click on the name in each match-up that you think has the larger population. Green shows a correct answer, red indicates an incorrect answer. When you have opposing names picked for the next round, pick again. See how close you can come to a perfect score of 63. When you are finished, play again or mouse-over results to view the most current population estimates for each pair.
Help students learn about their state as they collect, organize, analyze, map, and graph a variety of information in “State Facts for Students.” They have the opportunity to examine data about kids their age, as well as a variety of other facts selected to appeal to young students.
The U.S. Census Bureau counts communities. These communities’ include children that play sports after school, children that use a computer at school and so much more. Select a card below to learn more about the data the U.S. Census Bureau has to offer on different communities.
The U.S. Census Bureau collects a wide range of data for areas throughout the nation. This data, for both small and large populated areas, comes from a number of different surveys as well as the decennial census. Select one of the options to learn more about the U.S. Census Bureau and the data we collect.