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How well do you know the states? Do you know the percentage of the population that walk or drive to work in New York? What percentage of people make between $50,000 and $75,000 in St. Petersburg, FL? How many women have doctoral degrees in Sacramento, CA?
Test your knowledge with Census PoP Quiz, a new population challenge about the 50 states and the District of Columbia from the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Census PoP Quiz app is just one example of how the Census Bureau is following the Digital Government Strategy by making its statistics more available anywhere, anytime and in any place. The Census Bureau does not collect or retain any information using this application. All information is stored only on your phone.
Full tables are available in the American FactFinder online tool and can also be accessed through the Census API.
The Census PoP Quiz app uses the following tables from the American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates:
B01001, B01002, B01003, B02001, B04001, B04004, B04006, B05002, B05012, B06001, B06010, B07003, B08006,
B08011, B08014,B08015, B08119, B08126, B08201, B08301, B08303, B08532,
B10001, B11003, B11016, B12001, B12002, B16001, B16010, B19001, B19013, B19037, B20004, B21001, B21002
B21003, B23004, B23006, B23008, B24011, B24080, B25001, B25003, B25008, B25010, B25017, B25024,
"Census PoP Quiz" is a mobile application provided by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau (Census) that provides the public access to key statistics about the United States through a smart phone device. Information presented on Census PoP Quiz is public information and may be freely distributed or copied. Census does not require individuals to register or provide any personally identifiable information (PII) to Census as a condition of downloading or using Census PoP Quiz. Census will not have access to any information regarding individuals or individuals' devices using the Census PoP Quiz application.
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