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The U.S. Census Bureau is the official source for U.S. export and import statistics and regulations governing the reporting of exports from the U.S.
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The Geographic Support System Initiative will integrate improved address coverage, spatial feature updates, and enhanced quality assessment and measurement.
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Availability: Available on DVD or CD-ROM. Additionally, you can access all the data in SF 1 via FTP.
Subject content: Based on data tabulated from responses to the 1990 Census short-form questionnaire. Population items include age, race, sex, marital status, Hispanic origin, household type, and household relationship. Population items are cross-tabulated by age, race, Hispanic origin, or sex. Housing items include occupancy/vacancy status, tenure, units in structure, contract rent, meals included in rent, value, and number of rooms in housing unit. Housing data are cross-tabulated by race or Hispanic origin of householder or by tenure. Selected aggregates and medians also are provided.
Geography: States and their subareas in hierarchical sequence down to the block group level; also summaries for the State portion of American Indian and Alaska Native areas, whole places, whole tracts/BNA's, whole county subdivisions in selected States and whole block groups.
File format & Software: CD-ROM: dBase III+; comes with GO display/retrieval software. DVD: ASCII in zipped format - for advanced users only.
Census contact: Customer Services Center (orders), 301-763-INFO(4636)
All States, Puerto Rico, Guam and U.S. Virgin Islands | V1-D90-S1AS-06-US1
New England Division (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont C1-D90-S1AS-09-D11
Middle Atlantic Division (Vol. 1) (New York) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D21 Released October 2, 1991
Middle Atlantic Division (Vol. 2) (New Jersey, Pennsylvania) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D22 Released October 2, 1991
East North Central Division (Vol. 1) (Indiana, Ohio) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D31 Released October 4, 1991
East North Central Division (Vol. 2) (Illinois) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D32 Released October 2, 1991
East North Central Division (Vol. 3) (Michigan, Wisconsin) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D33 Released October 4, 1991
West North Central Division (Vol. 1) (Minnesota, Missouri, South Dakota) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D41 Released October 2, 1991
West North Central Division (Vol. 2) (Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D42 Released October 16, 1991
South Atlantic Division (Vol. 1) (Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D51 Released October 2, 1991
South Atlantic Division (Vol. 2) (North Carolina, South Carolina) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D52 Released October 16, 1991
South Atlantic Division (Vol. 3) (Florida, Georgia) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D53 Released November 1, 1991
East South Central Division (Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D61 Released October 16, 1991
West South Central Division (Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D71 Released October 16, 1991
West South Central Division (Texas) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D72 October 16, 1991
Mountain Division (Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D81 Released October 16, 1991
Pacific Division (Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D91 Released October 2, 1991
Pacific Division (California) C1-D90-S1AS-09-D92 Released October 16, 1991