Thank you, America, for your participation in Census 2000.
The population of the U.S. on April 1, 2000 was 281,421,906 [PDF 2M].
Enter a street address to find Census 2000 data
Tables showing population change, comparisons with 1990, Race and Hispanic or Latino origin, and other topics for states, counties, and places
Aalytical reports on population change, race, age, family structure, housing, apportionment, and more
View or download published results from Census 2000 available in Portable Document Format (PDF).
Maps and digital geographic products for use in GIS and mapping software
Data and information from the 1990 Census
Data from previous censuses
- Demographic Profiles
- Summary File 1
- Summary File 2
- Summary File 3
- Summary File 4
- American Indian and Alaska Native Summary File (AIANSF)
- Congressional Apportionment
- Congressional District Summary Files (108th)
- Congressional District Summary Files (109th)
- Congressional District Summary Files (110th)
- Resident Population
- Redistricting Data
- State Legislative District Summary Files
A critical element in the re-engineered 2010 census plan that provides annual socioeconomic data