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Link to Census 2000 Gateway Demographic Profiles (100% Only)

Demographic Profiles (Both 100% and Sample Data)


A profile includes tables that provide various demographic, social, economic, and housing characteristics for the U.S., regions, divisions, states, counties, minor civil divisions in selected states, places, metropolitan areas, American Indian and Alaska Native areas, Hawaiian home lands and congressional districts. It includes 100-percent and sample data from Census 2000. It also is available on CD-ROM.

There are four tables in the Demographic Profile, labeled (DP-1 thru DP-4). For Census 2000 data, the DP-1 table is available as part of the Summary File 1, and the other three tables will be available as part of the Summary File 3 data set.

DP-1. Profiles of General Demographic Characteristics: (available in PDF and ASCII) United States: 2000 FTP  |  PDF
DP-1. Profiles of General Demographic Characteristics: National Summary (available in PDF and ASCII) National Summaries by Geography* : 2000 FTP  |  PDF
*Geographies include: inside/outside metropolitan areas and central cities, census regions and divisions; metropolitan areas (MAs); AIANAs; Hawaiian homelands; states; and congressional districts (106th Congress).

Data:  
News Release:   Nation's Median Age Highest Ever, But 65-and-Over Population's Growth Lags, Census 2000 Shows
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Census 2000 Profiles of General Demographic Characteristics: State Packages (includes U.S. Summary)
Census 2000 Profiles of General Demographic Characteristics: Special Packages
FTP Download:   All Files
Documentation:   Technical Documentation [PDF]

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