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More Houses Have More Bedrooms — American homes are getting bigger — at least when measured by the number of bedrooms they have — according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. This news release includes a look at the most common housing types in different regions, states and cities. (Tentatively scheduled for release mid-May.)
Estimates of U.S. and State Population by Age, Sex, Race and Hispanic Origin: July 1, 2006 — National- and state-level population estimates cross-tabulated by these demographic characteristics. (Tentatively scheduled for release mid-May.)
State and Local Government Finances: 2004-2005 — Downloadable Internet tables, covering state and local government financial activities in four broad categories: revenues, expenditures, outstanding debt and assets (cash and security holdings). The tables through 2004 can be found at <http://www.census.gov/govs/estimate>. (Scheduled for release May 14.)
Public Education Finances: 2005 — In 2004, New Jersey spent more money per student on public elementary and secondary education than any other state. Whether or not the Garden State again ranked first in 2005 will be revealed via this report, which contains data on revenues, expenditures, debt and financial assets for public elementary and secondary school systems on the state and local levels. The report includes state rankings of revenues and expenditures per pupil. (Tentatively scheduled for release late May.)
2005 County Business Patterns — This report covers business establishments with paid employees, revenue for these businesses, average employee wages and where particular industries are concentrated. The data cover most of the 1,100 North American Industry Classification System codes. The data are tabulated by industry, and by state and county areas. Data by metro area and by ZIP code will be released this year. (Tentatively scheduled for release end of May.)
Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act (July 26) — In observance of the 17th anniversary of the enactment of this groundbreaking law, statistical information from the Census Bureau’s demographic subject areas about people with disabilities. (Tentatively scheduled for release late May.)
Profile America and Al Dia (Spanish) for May/June — Upcoming segments include Indianapolis 500 (May 27), Memorial Day (May 29) and Federal Gasoline Taxes (June 6). The entire set of May daily features is available at <http://www.census.gov/multimedia/www/radio/>. The entire set of June daily features will be available for direct downloads, beginning May 31.
The URL for the daily or monthly MP3 downloads is the same for the page you use to establish subscription podcast access: <http://www.census.gov/multimedia/www/radio/profile_america/>. This is where the WAV files will appear, as well.
Profile America and Al Dia daily features can all be auditioned and downloaded individually and for the entire month via zip files at: <http://www.census.gov/multimedia/www/radio/>.
(Since April 27, 2007)
Locally Hired Census Workers to Update Address List, Visit Every Residence in Fayetteville, N.C., Area and San Joaquin County, Calif. — May 2 — Internet address:
San Joaquin <http://www.census.gov/newsroom/releases/archives/2010_census/cb07-dr04.html>.
More Education Means Higher Wages in Puerto Rico — May 3 — Internet address:
Survey of Income and Program Participation: 2004 — Panel Wave 5 Adult Well-being topical module public use file — April 26 — Internet address:
The Fourth of July — May 3 — Internet address:
Profile America and Al Dia (Spanish) for April — Recently released segments include Honoring Fallen Policemen (April 30) and Appreciating Teachers (May 7). <http://www.census.gov/multimedia/www/radio/>
“America’s Changing, so is the Census” (5:45) — This video covers the American Community Survey, which is conducted in every community across the country every month. “America’s Changing…” is available for viewing as video-on-demand; the complete script is also available at
For more information, please write us at <PIO@census.gov>.
“American Community Survey B-roll” (#V07-027) (13:25) — An updated version of the U.S. Census Bureau’s official stock shot reel of ACS survey-taking scenes. Review and order the B-roll via the online American Community Survey News Media Tool Kit at