U.S. Department of Commerce

County and City Data Book: 2007

City and Place Data Tables

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Cities with 25,000 population or more
C-1. Area and Population Excel PDF
C-2. Crime Excel PDF
C-3. Civilian Labor Force Excel PDF
C-4. Manufacturing and Wholesale Trade Excel PDF
C-5. Retail Trade and Accommodation and Food Services Excel PDF
C-6. Government and Climate Excel PDF
Places with 100,000 population or more
D-1. Population by Age and Sex Excel PDF
D-2. Population by Race and Hispanic Origin Excel PDF
D-3. Households Excel PDF
D-4. Education Excel PDF
D-5. Income and Poverty Excel PDF
D-6. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units and Vehicles Available Excel PDF

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Administrative and Customer Services Division | Statistical Compendia Branch | Last Revised: June 18, 2010