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Availability: CD-ROM of popular publication containing a variety of social and economic data from the Census Bureau and other sources. Also available online, and available in print from the Government Printing Office, GPO stock no. 803-010-00126-5,
Product ID: C1-R00-CCDB-09-US1
Subject content: Contains over 220 data items for states and counties; almost 200 data items for cities; and 33 items for places of 2,500 or more. Examples: age, money and personal income, population, education, health care and human services, housing ownership and value, births, deaths, poverty, local government finance, employment, etc. In addition, tables show data on business, banking, climate, elections, and social programs. Data come from the Census Bureau, other federal government agencies and private organizations.
Geography: States and the District of Columbia; 3,141 counties; nearly 1,100 incorporated cities of 5,000 or more persons; and nearly 11,000 places (including, in 11 states, minor civil divisions) of 2,500 or more persons.
File format: dBase III+; GO display/retrieval software on disc
Census contact: Customer Services Center (orders), 301-763-INFO (4636); Statistical Compendia Staff (content), 301-763-1166