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State and Metropolitan Area Data Book: 2010

CONTENTS

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

County and City Data Book: 2007

Complete Publication

FIGURES

  1. Percent Population Change by State: 2000 to 2006
  2. Counties With 1 Million or More Population in the United States: 2006
  3. Top 40 Cities in the United States by Population: 2005

TABLES

States

(all state tables)

  • A-1. Area and Population
  • A-2. Components of Population Change
  • A-3. Population by Age, Race, Hispanic Origin, and Sex
  • A-4. Population Characteristics
  • A-5. Births, Deaths, and Infant Deaths
  • A-6. Physicians, Community Hospitals, Medicare, Social Security, and Supplemental Security Income
  • A-7. Housing Units and Building Permits
  • A-8. Crime — Number of Offenses
  • A-9. Personal Income and Earnings by Industries
  • A-10. Labor Force and Private Business Establishments and Employment
  • A-11. Banking, Retail Trade, and Accommodation and Food Services
  • A-12. Government Expenditure, Earnings, and Employment
  • A-13. Local Government Finances and Elections
  • A-14. Farm Earnings, Agriculture, and Water Use
  • A-15. Manufacturing
Counties

(all county tables)

  • B-1. Area and Population
  • B-2. Components of Population Change
  • B-3. Population by Age, Race, Hispanic Origin, and Sex
  • B-4. Population Characteristics
  • B-5. Births, Deaths, and Infant Deaths
  • B-6. Physicians, Community Hospitals, Medicare, Social Security, and Supplemental Security Income
  • B-7. Housing Units and Building Permits
  • B-8. Crime—Number of Offenses
  • B-9. Personal Income and Earnings by Industries
  • B-10. Labor Force and Private Business Establishments and Employment
  • B-11. Banking, Retail Trade, and Accommodation and Food Services
  • B-12. Government Expenditure, Earnings, and Employment
  • B-13. Local Government Finances and Elections
  • B-14. Farm Earnings, Agriculture, and Water Use
  • B-15. Manufacturing
Cities

(all city tables)

  • C-1. Area and Population
  • C-2. Crime
  • C-3. Civilian Labor Force
  • C-4. Manufacturing and Wholesale Trade
  • C-5. Retail Trade and Accommodation and Food Services
  • C-6. Government and Climate
Places

(all place tables)

  • D-1. Population by Age and Sex
  • D-2. Population by Race and Hispanic Origin
  • D-3. Households
  • D-4. Education
  • D-5. Income and Poverty
  • D-6. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units and Vehicles Available

APPENDIXES

  1. Source Notes and Explanations
  2. Limitations of the Data and Methodology
  3. Geographic Information
  4. County Maps by State
  5. Subject Guide

Statistical Abstract and Supplements

Source: U.S. Census Bureau


Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Administrative & Customer Services Division, Statistical Compendia Branch | Last Revised: July 06, 2010