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Special tabulations are not standard Census Bureau data products, but are generally sponsored by other public and private organizations. The dates below are subject to revision. For information about special tabulations, contact the Customer Services Center at 301-763-INFO (4636) or the Question and Answer Center.

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Planned Release Date Special Tabulation Topic Geography Contact

Released
Spring 2004

Census Tract of Work by Census Tract of Residence
Tabulation showing census tract of work by census tract of residence for workers age 16 and over who were employed and at work during the Census 2000 reference week (generally the last week of March 2000).

census tracts

U.S. Census Bureau




Released

  1. October 2002

     
  2. Summer
    2003


     

  3. Fall
     2003




     
  4. Fall
    2004
Census Transportation Planning Package
Comprehensive source of data on commuters and commuting patterns for transportation planning. Tabulation sponsored by state departments of transportation under a pooled funding arrangement with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO).
  1. CTPP Place of Residence Profiles. Selected long-form data (vehicles available, travel time to work, household income, etc.) from Summary File 3, with two new tables: the first is household size by vehicle availability, and the second is travel time by mode to work.

  2. CTPP Part 1: Detailed Residence Tabulations. Consists of 120 tables on commuters and commuting by place of residence.



     
  3. CTPP Part 2. Detailed Workplace Tabulations. Consists of 66 tables -- only product to show characteristics of workers by place of employment.



     

  4. CTPP Part 3: Commuter Flow Tables. Consists of 14 tables on commuter flows.





  1. U.S., states, counties, minor civil divisions (New England)

     
  2. states, counties, metropolitan areas, urbanized areas, places of 2,500 or more, traffic analysis zones

  3. states, counties, metropolitan areas, places of 2,500 or more, traffic analysis zones, metropolitan planning organization regions, census tracts

  4. states, counties, metropolitan areas, places of 2,500 or more, traffic analysis zones, metropolitan planning organization regions, census tracts
American Association of State Highway and Transportation
Released
December 2002
Citizenship by Race and Hispanic Origin
Total population and voting age population by citizenship status. Shown for Hispanic groups (Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, and Other) and race alone, not Hispanic.
U.S., states, counties, census tracts, block groups U.S. Census Bureau
Released
Fall 2003
Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy
Detailed tabulation sponsored by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) showing extensive short- and long-form data on households and housing units (tenure, household income, poverty status, year structure built, etc.) tabulated by HUD-defined variables such as HUD-adjusted median family income. Accessible in easy-to-use interactive format at the state, county place, CDBG area, and HOME area levels; as SAS data files at the census tract and block group levels.
U.S., states, counties, places, American Indian and Alaska Native areas, Hawaiian home lands, census tracts, block groups Department of Housing & Urban Development
Released
March 2004
County of Residence by County of Work by Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) Industrial Code Structure by Mean Earnings
Detailed file showing number of workers, along with their BEA industry of employment (11 industry categories) and their mean earnings in 1999. Provides county of residence by county of work totals for county-to-county worker flows that are based on three or more (unweighted) long form records. Mean earnings are only shown when based on data for three or more workers.
Counties U.S. Census Bureau
Released
August 2003
County-to-County Migration Flow Files
These migration data come from the Census 2000 long-form question on residence 5 years ago and contain the number of people who moved between counties. A data record was produced for every combination of county-to-county migration flows in the United States of at least one person between 1995 and 2000. Current county of residence is based on where the person was living on April 1, 2000. Previous county or residence is based on where the person was living 5 years earlier.
  1. Inflow Files: For each county-to-county migration flow in the United States, the number of migrants who moved to a county from another county.
  2. Outflow Files: For each county-to-county migration flow in the United States, the number of migrants who moved from a county to another county.
States, counties U.S. Census Bureau
Released
March 2003
County-to-County Worker Flow Files
Most comprehensive source of data on commuter flows.
  1. Number of persons working in a county by county where they reside.

  2. Number of persons living in a county by county where they work.
States, counties U.S. Census Bureau
Released
Summer 2003
Educational Attainment for Tribes
Tabulation showing school enrollment and educational attainment for the American Indian population, with cross-tabulations for family type, disability, armed forces status, veteran status, median earnings, and other characteristics.
U.S., divisions, selected cities, state and federal reservations, Alaska Native areas U.S. Census Bureau
Released
September 2004
(ongoing)
Foreign Born Profiles
Detailed demographic, social, economic, and housing information about the total, native and foreign-born populations of the United States. Profiles are available for the foreign-born population by U.S. citizenship status, period of entry into the U.S., and world region and country of birth.

U.S., states

U.S. Census Bureau
Released
2002
Foreign Born Tabulation by Year of Entry
  1. Total foreign-born population by year of entry (single years from 1990 to 2000 and pre-1990) by state of residence.
  2. Total foreign-born population by country of birth (260 regions and countries) by year of entry (single years from 1990 to 2000 and pre-1990)


  1. U.S., states
     
  2. U.S.
U.S. Census Bureau
Released
January 2004
Language Spoken at Home for the Citizen Population 18 Years and Over Who Speak English Less Than “Very Well.”
Four language groups are shown: Spanish or Spanish Creole, Other Indo-European, Asian or Pacific Island, Other. For data to be shown there must be 3 unweighted speakers of a given language group in different households.
U.S., states, counties U.S. Census Bureau
Released
April 2004
Language Spoken at Home for the Population 5 Years and Over
Detailed languages are shown for each geographic area if there are 3 unweighted speakers of a given language group in different households

NOTE: File is extremely large and may take some time to download.
U.S., states, counties, census tracts U.S. Census Bureau
Released
September 2002
Modified Race Data Summary File
5-year age groups and single years under 21 by sex by race (31) by Hispanic origin (2). Both single and multiple race combinations. Available on CD-ROM only.
U.S., states, counties U.S. Census Bureau
Part A: Population Characteristics
Released
October 2004

Part B: Housing and Household Characteristics
Released
December 2004

Older Populations
Detailed tabulations showing social, economic, and housing characteristics of the older population such as educational attainment, household type (including living alone) and relationship, employment status, poverty status, telephone service availability, age of housing, shelter costs, with cross-tabulations by age (e.g., 60 years and over), race, Hispanic origin, and types of disabilities. Also referred to as the Census 2000 Special Tabulation on Aging.
U.S., states, counties, county subdivisions of 2,500 or more people (in 12 states), places of 2,500 or more people, census tracts, American Indian and Alaska Native areas, Hawaiian home lands, Alaska Native Regional Corporation, and Planning & Service Areas Administration on Aging, Department of Health and Human Services




Released

  1. January 2003
  2. Summer 2003
School Districts Data File
Most current comprehensive source of school district data and largest source of data on the characteristics of school children.
 
  1. Long-form data (on income, education, employment, etc.) from Summary File 3.

  2. Long-form data from Summary File 3 tabulated for children, parents, and households with school-age children.
U.S., states, counties, school districts, American Indian and Alaska Native areas National Center for Education Statistics
Released
December 2003
Special Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Tabulation
Occupational and educational data designed for monitoring compliance with anti-discrimination laws and regulations, planning affirmative action programs, and recruiting personnel. Selected files contain data for 472 occupation groups.
U.S., states, counties of 50,000 or more, places of 50,000 or more, EEO defined areas U.S. Census Bureau
Released
Summer 2003
Special Rent Tabulation
Tabulation sponsored by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) showing short- and long-form data on rental housing, specifically number of bedrooms, gross rent (intervals and medians), and utilities (owners and renters).
U.S., states, Puerto Rico, counties, county subdivisions in New England states, places of 10,000 or more except in New England states, Island Areas Department of Housing & Urban Development (Lynn Rodgers, 202-708-0590)
Released
2001
Voting Age Population Data
Voting age population and demographics.
U.S., states, judicial districts, counties, jury divisions U.S. Census Bureau
Released
December 2004
Voting Rights Determination File -- July 26, 2002
Data file produced to support the Voting Rights Act Amendments of 1992, Determinations Under Section 203. For more information, see Federal Register Notice Vol. 67, No. 144/ Friday, July 26, 2002.
U.S., states, and political subdivisions (defined as counties for all states except those where political subdivisions are MCDs or MCD equivalents) U.S. Census Bureau