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Subject content: The Census Bureau has recommended, and Commerce Secretary Donald L Evans has agreed, that unadjusted block data be released as the official Census 2000 redistricting data. Full details.
P.L. 94-171 data files provide small-area census population totals from Census 2000 for the purpose of legislative redistricting as required by Public Law 94-171. For each area reported, the file has four tables:
Geography: States, voting districts (42 states and the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico), legislative districts (40 states), counties, minor civil division/census county divisions, places (or place parts), census tracts, block groups, census blocks.
File format & software: CD-ROMs are ASCII comma-delimited. DVD is ASCII and DBF files.
Census Contact: Customer Services Center (orders), 301-763-INFO (4636); Redistricting Data Office (content), 301-763-0253.
Census 2000 Redistricting File (PL 94-171) Summary File DVD: All States | V1-D00-PLF1-07-US1
Census 2000 Redistricting File (PL 94-171) Summary File CD-ROMs: