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This is the second release of the intercensal estimates, originally released in September 2011. The intercensal estimates differ from the postcensal estimates released last decade by the Population Estimates Program in that the intercensal estimates reflect the results of the 2010 Census, providing a consistent time series of population and housing unit estimates from 2000 to 2010. In this second release, intercensal estimates of the resident population of cities and towns and intercensal estimates of housing units are made available for the first time. Intercensal resident population estimates for Puerto Rico are provided by additional demographic detail relative to the first release. This release also updates the original set of state and county intercensal estimates of the resident population by demographic characteristics with files that reflect a methodological improvement (detailed in the revised methodology). Internet address: <http://www.census.gov/popest/data/intercensal/index.html>.
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