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Developmental Update

The purpose of this page is to summarize functionality included in the release of the Census Bureau’s developing data dissemination platform at data.census.gov.

Latest Updates

On May 19, we released the following updates to the site:

  • Improved wording of a popular map button. The previous “Style” button is now called “Boundaries” to better describe its functionality. The button allows you to show boundaries on your map for more types of geographic areas.

  • Enhanced typeahead search results for the terms “state,” “county,” or “city.” When you search one of these terms on their own, the most populous areas appear near the top of the typeahead search suggestions.

  • Improved banner placement. You will now see banners at the top of the screen across all pages on the site, providing a consistent view.

  • Behind-the-scenes improvements to add functionality for universe statements when making .json and .xml queries to the application programming interface (API). The intent is to apply these universe statements to API group calls for entire tables in future American Community Survey (ACS) data releases in the API.
  • Technical updates to improve our automated testing of data.census.gov.
  • Technical updates to improve the speed that featured statistics are returned to you at the top of the All Results page.
  • Fixes to 16 defects, including fixes that allow you to:
    • View downloaded data from economic data tables in the optimized column order
    • View columns for NAICS code in ZIP Business Patterns tables
    • Access data for Lexington, KY and Nashville, TN using the single search bar
    • Find geography filters more easily using the “Find a filter” search box
    • View source statements for all tables
    • View pagination controls to browse the full list of table results in mobile view

 

On April 28, we released the following updates to the site:

  • Geography Profiles for more types of geographies. You can now access new profiles for:
    • Congressional Districts
    • School Districts
    • American Indian Areas, Alaska Native Areas, and Hawaiian Home Lands

To access a Geography Profile, run a search for a single geography such as “Congressional District 3 Iowa” and then click the map on the right side of the “All” results page.

  • Search engine optimization improvements. With this update you will now see titles for data.census.gov tabs that are unique to the searches, tables, or maps you are using. These improvements also apply these labeling updates behind the scenes to other fields such as the webpage author and description. These updates help other search engines better understand and link to our content on data.census.gov.

  • Fixes to 10 defects, including fixes that allow you to:
    • View the full list of tables when typing “total population” in the single search bar
    • View the full set of tables for “All available NAICS codes”
    • Export tables to Excel that are responsive to your selections and contain geography labels that are readable and optimized for printing

 

On April 7, we released the following updates to the site:

  • Updates to make the application programming interface (API) compliant with the Evidence Act. This includes applying fixes across all endpoints to ensure:
    • Each array contains a value and is not empty
    • Links and email addresses are in the correct format
    • Required fields for “bureauCode” and “accessLevel” are included in each endpoint
  • Fixes to 11 defects, including fixes that allow you to:
    • Search detailed Asian and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander population groups in the single search bar. For example: Thai, Japanese, Polynesian, Samoan, etc.
    • Use decimal values when restricting the universe for custom tables created through Microdata Access
    • View correct metropolitan/micropolitan statistical area maps for the 2012 vintage

 

On March 10, we released the following updates to the site:

  • Refreshed download experience that includes:

▪ New buttons at the top of the table for Excel, CSV, and ZIP.

▪ Use Excel and CSV to get readable output that looks similar to the table display

▪ Use ZIP to get machine-readable output. This provides the same result that you would previously get by clicking the “Download” button at the top of the table.

These new buttons help clarify the initial file format you receive, and reduce the number of clicks to complete the process.

o   Ability to start multiple downloads at once. Each ZIP file downloads in the background so you can continue using the site and queue up multiple downloads at the same time.

  • Improved typeahead search suggestions. The first typeahead search result is updated to provide our best search suggestion based on the text you typed into the single search bar.

    For example, the below search for income shows the first typeahead search suggestion as “Income (Households, Families, Individuals)”. This is the same way we would recognize your search criteria if you ran the search as-is without clicking any of the typeahead search options.

  • Improved view of Population Estimates Program Table NA_EST2021_POP: Monthly Population Estimates for the United States. We have applied a recommended pivot to the table by default to reorganize the table layout and make the data easier to view.

  • Fixes to 15 defects, including fixes that allow you to:
    • View all sections of the Geography Profiles
    • View more accurate file size estimations for economic tables you download
    • See correct typeahead search suggestions

 

On February 10, we released the following updates to the site:

  • Geography Profiles for Puerto Rico. For the first time, you can access profile pages for Puerto Rico geographies, allowing you to explore data across a variety of topics to see the most popular data, maps, and charts in one place. These profiles are now available for:
    • Puerto Rico
    • Municipios (county-equivalent)
    • Barrios, barrios-pueblo, and other subdivision areas (county subdivisions)
    • Zonas urbanas and comunidades (places)

To access a Geography Profile, run a search for a single geography such as “San Juan municipio, Puerto Rico” and then click the map on the right side of the “All” results page.

  • Improved ability to search for partial labels for detailed population groups and North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) keywords in the single search bar.
    For example, a single search for:
    • “Guamanian” will find the matching filter for “056-Guamanian or Chamorro alone”
    • “Day cares” will find the matching filter for “624410: Child day care services”

As we continue to improve single search functionality in future releases, please keep in mind that the advanced search filters are the most precise way to select detailed search criteria, such industry codes and detailed population groups.

  • Behind the scenes improvements that will make it easier to show more organized table views by default. This means that in future releases, you will see the “Recommended Pivot” button applied to more flat tables from datasets such as the Population Estimates Program, allowing you to view the information more easily.

  • Fixes to 13 defects, including fixes that allow you to:
    • Add a detailed EEO occupation code to your search after selecting the survey filter for “Equal Employment Opportunity”
    • View featured results when searching common keywords
    • View messages when tables are too large to display instead of experiencing continuous loading
    • Use Microdata Access to recode a continuous variable into a single value

 

Known Limitations and Defects

Limitation

Description

   

Data

This release does not include all Census Bureau datasets or data products. See our data table for a listing of data offered in data.census.gov. We will be providing support for additional data with future releases. Note: SF1 does not contain all previously released geographies.

Browser

Google Chrome is the recommended browser for the site. See the full list of supported browsers.

Filters

The topics and other options available within the filters continue to be updated during the releases. Users may notice some inconsistencies as we complete these updates.

Order

Geographies may not appear in alphabetical order, and estimates in the data downloads may not appear in the expected order. We are working to address this.

Collections of Geographies

1)  We are continuing to add more options that allow you to select collections of geographies in a single click in the geography filters (Example: All census tracts in the United States). Please tell us what collections you would like us to add by emailing census.data@census.gov.

2)  When the Summary Levels tab is turned on in the Geography filters, options to select collections of geographies in a single click may not appear at the top of the list. These options are sorted alphabetically and are intermingled with the individual selections. For example, the filter for “All Counties within the United States and Puerto Rico” is alphabetically sorted so that it appears between the words Alaska and American Samoa.
As we work to resolve this issue, please look for these check boxes that begin with the word “All” to be alphabetized in each list of geographies. You may also use the Geographic Entities tab to avoid this issue.

Performance

Some users are experiencing site freezing and inconsistent mapping results. Please copy the URL from the address bar and email census.data@census.gov so we can help troubleshoot if you run into any of these issues.

Print

The current print functionality works for small tables with a single geography. We are working to expand the print functionality in future releases so that it will print the entire table without cutting off the rows or columns.

Navigation

Users may experience inconsistencies when trying to use the back or forward buttons provided in the browser. Because of this, we recommend navigating between the different pages on data.census.gov using the tabs and clickable links we provide in the upper left (example: “All,” “Tables,” “Maps,” “Pages.”) For full navigation details and screenshots, please check out the FAQ: How do I navigate between the different pages?

Geography Names

Geography names may appear differently than in the previous releases because multiple deliveries of geography names were used in the past. We are working with our Geography Division to make sure geo names appear correctly on the site.

Maps

 

A current defect is causing intermittent issues where the map sometimes zooms to the middle of Kansas rather than your selected geography. As we work to resolve this issue, the workaround is to manually scroll and zoom to your selected geography.

Search within Geography Panels

Search boxes that previously allowed you to search within each list of geography filters are currently unavailable. We are working towards adding improved search functionality for filters in future releases.

In the meantime, we recommend:

  • Scrolling through the list to select your desired geographies.
  • Using the search box in the filter panel directly under the phrase “find a filter.” This search box supports more geographies than the single search bar.

Download/ZIP in Firefox Browser


You must allow pop-ups for data.census.gov in order to successfully see and open downloaded ZIP files when using Firefox.

If you are having trouble completing the download (ZIP) process in Firefox: Please look for a message in your browser that says Firefox prevented a pop-up window from opening and click the “Options” button. Then allow pop-ups for data.census.gov.

Features

Current features available on data.census.gov:

Single Search Bar

Unified Search: The single search bar allows you to type free form text and supports searches by:

  • Topic
  • Geography (nation, state, county, place, county subdivision, congressional district, school district, ZIP Code, ZIP Code Tabulation Area, American Indian area, Alaska Native area, Hawaiian home land)
  • Table name
  • Table ID (single or multiple table IDs)
  • North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code
  • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) occupation code
  • Detailed population groups by race, ethnicity, ancestry, and county of birth

Other features of single search include:

  • Entity extraction: Allows you to search multiple filters at once (example: a search for ‘poverty Maryland Virginia’ sets filters for ‘poverty,’ ‘Maryland,’ and ‘Virginia.’)
  • Typeahead search suggestions: As you type into the single search bar, a box will appear with search suggestions that update in real time­
  • Spelling corrections, related search suggestions, and relevancy rules are applied to the free form text you enter in the search bar

Filters

Filters: Use filters as guided approach to browse all available options and precisely select them without having to come up with your own words for a search. Filters allow you to access all available search options, including more detailed options that are not supported through the single search bar.

Browse filters to find check boxes that allow you to select your desired:

  • Code (industry, commodity, material/fuel, product and service, or occupation codes)
  • Geography
  • Survey
  • Topic
  • Year

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), North American Product Classification System (NAPCS), and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Occupation Codes are included in the code filters. The site supports options to select collections of codes in bulk.

The topics filters allow you to select detailed race, ethnicity, ancestry, and country of birth population groups. These filters include check boxes that allow you to select collections of population groups in a single click (example: “All available tribes” or “All available ancestries”).

“Find a Filter” Search Box: The search box directly under the phrase “Find a Filter” allows you to select pre-defined search options to quickly choose your topic, geography, year, survey, or code without clicking through the filter panel. You must input an exact text match in order to find a filter and you must click the check box for the desired filter in order to select it.

Geography Filters

Summary Levels: The geography filters provide comprehensive access to nearly 250 geographic summary levels, listed in Appendix 1.

Dual Pathways to Select Your Geography: The filters offer two methods to select your geography

  1. Geographic Entities: By default, the site provides nine boxes with the most popular types of geographic areas, followed a collapsed list of all other geographic levels. This pathway helps  you easily get to the most popular geographies by hiding some of the more complex geographies from the default views. You can still access these complex geographies if you need them by clicking the plus sign to expand “Within other geographies” or by clicking the “Show Geographic Components” tab.
  2. Summary Levels: The site allows you to click the “Show Summary Levels” tab to see a list of all geographic areas sorted by their 3-digit summary level codes.

Simplified Process to Select Geographies with Variants: Many geography lists are simplified to only show one label for each geography. When you select the label, it will provide data over time for all available vintages of that geography, even if the geography name has changed slightly over time. This provides shorter lists to scroll through and does not require you to know the history of label changes to get to the data you need.

These simplified lists are applied to all geographies with variants, including metropolitan/micropolitan statistical areas, congressional districts, state legislative districts, and urban areas.

Collections of Geographies: The site allows you to select collections of geographies in bulk by clicking a single check box. See Appendix 2 for a list of available collections. 

Navigation

Single Search Bar Displayed on All Pages: The single search bar appears at the top of all pages on data.census.gov, allowing you to refine your search without having to return to the landing page. When you edit the text in the single search bar, any filters you already selected by clicking a check box are automatically remembered so you won’t lose them in your search.

Filters Accessible on All Pages: The site provides a panel dedicated to selecting filters and viewing your selections. This panel is accessible across all pages on data.census.gov so you can review and refine your search criteria at any time without having to leave your current view or navigate between different parts of the site. The landing page also features a link to the “Advanced Search” that will take you directly to the filter options if you would like to begin your search by selecting filters.

Flexible Screen Layout: Most pages on data.census.gov provide flexibility to determine the layout through expandable and collapsible side panels:

  • Expand the Filters panel when you want to view or edit your search criteria
  • Expand the Results panel when you want to browse table results or select a new table
  • Collapse the Filters/Results panels when you want to see more of the table or map across your screen

Navigation Options for “All,” “Tables,” “Maps” and “Pages”: The site features four tabs at the top that allow you to navigate between different types of search results: All, Tables, Maps, or Pages.

Clear a Search: Clicking the U.S. Census Bureau logo in the upper left allows you to clear all selections and navigates you back to the landing page so you can start a fresh search.

Edit a Search: The filter panel and single search bar show the search criteria that power your search.

  • Filters with a lock icon tell you the search criteria is powered by the text you entered in the single search bar. You can remove these filters by editing the text in the single search bar.
  • Filters with an “x” tell you the search criteria is based on a filter check box you selected. You can click the “x” to individually remove the filter.

All View of Search Results Content: After running a search, the All Results page will show you the top tables, maps, and web pages in one view. This is powered by consolidated curated results, meaning you may see prescribed search results and single estimates for selected topics based on geography and year.

Browse Long Lists of Results: The site provides the first 10 results by default, and includes functionality to page through the remaining results from your search. You may increase the number of results provided on each page to 25 or 50, allowing you to browse a long list of results in fewer clicks.

Option to Browse List of Table Results Across Full Screen: The site often shows a table or map as you are browsing through the list of results. If you would prefer to browse a long list of table titles across your full screen before viewing a table, click the “View All Tables” button on the All Results page.

Tables

Table View: All table views have features that allow you to:

  • Download and export the table in Excel, CSV, and ZIP file formats
  • Print the table
  • Add or remove geographies, years, codes, or population groups using filters
  • Hide columns
  • Access data notes and links to technical documentation
  • Resize columns by moving the edge of the cell right/left in the column header
  • Rearrange columns by dragging them
  • Restore the table layout at the click of a button

 

Table Features Specific to Some Surveys/Programs: Some tables have more features that allow you to:

  • Turn off the margin of error with a click of a button. By default, the margin of error will be displayed for relevant tables.
  • Freeze columns in place so they remain in view as you scroll horizontally
  • Sort a column in ascending or descending order by clicking the column header
  • View definitions for column headers and data values in selected surveys by hovering over them
  • Transpose the rows and columns in a table with the click of a button
  • Pivot tables so you can customize the layout of flat data tables (available for tables from economic surveys/programs and the Population Estimates Program)
  • Create a custom filter to keep only the data rows in the table that meet your specified criteria
  • Access links to bulk data downloads (e.g. file transfer protocol sites)
  • View pre-filtered versions of large tables (e.g. County Business Patterns) to more easily explore the most popular information the table provides
  • View iterated tables by race, Hispanic origin, ancestry, and country of birth

Download, Export, Copy/Paste, and Print

The site offers the following ways to output the table:

Feature:

Advantages:

Limitations:

Print:

Click the Print button at the top of the table or use keyboard shortcuts:

- Control + P (Windows)

- Command + P (Mac)

· Provides table and data notes with U.S. Census Bureau logo

· Only small tables print successfully. We are working to expand this functionality.

Copy/Paste:

Select table cells, right click the table and choose “Copy” or “Copy with Headers”

· Great to view the data

· Your customizations to the table display carry over into the copied file

· Maximum of 22,000 cells can be copied

· Table notes and source information are not included

Export:

Click the “Excel” or “CSV” buttons at the top of the table

· Great to view the data

· Provides the full table

· Your customizations to the table display carry over into the copied file

· Table must be visible on screen in order to export it

Download (ZIP):

Click the ZIP button at the top of the table and follow the prompts

· Great option if you want to work with the data (e.g. sort, manipulate, or map)

· You can download multiple tables at once

· None of the customizations you made to the table display will be reflected in your downloaded file



Large Table Download:
Tables with more than 1,000 columns, 2.5 million cells, or tables that have an uncompressed download size of at least 4mb are considered large tables. These tables may be too large to display on screen. When you access a large table, the site will prompt you to download the table, which is the recommended action. It will also provide a link that gives you the option to try to load the large table on screen anyway, at the risk of experiencing long load times or browser instability.

Save Your Search and Results

Save Your Results: Copy the full URL from your address bar to save the table or map view. When you visit the URL later, it will take you back to the table view, as well as the list of other results based on your search criteria.

Save Your Search: Copy the URL from your address bar. Delete the parts of the URL related to your view. This will make sure the search runs fresh each time the URL loads and does not save any particular table or map view.

Learn about the different components of the URL and more functionality in the FAQ: How Do I Save My Results or Search.

Mapping

Base Map: Choose from three settings for the primary base map that you see at all times as you use the selection and thematic maps:

  • Basic: Provides streets, street names, and railroads based on your zoom level
  • Detailed: Provides all the features of the basic map, as well as color-coded features for airports, hospitals, parks, and military installations
  • None: View a map with none of the above features

Selection Map: In addition to the single search and geography filters, the map offers two additional ways to select your geographies:

  • Click and select individual geographies
  • Use the rectangle selection tool to select a group of geographies

These selections carry over as you navigate between the maps and tables across the site. Over 100 geographic summary levels are supported. See the list of supported Map Layers  for details on the available summary levels by year.

Thematic Map: Allows you to map an estimate from a data table across a single geographic layer. All thematic map views have features that allow you to:

  • Choose the geographic layer, product type, data variable, and non-key dimensions
  • Search within the data variable drop down menu without having to scroll through the entire list
  • Zoom in and out. Geography labels, boundaries, and other map features automatically populate based on the zoom level.
  • Clear your selected geographies
  • Adjust the color palette and transparency
  • Increase or decrease the number of data classes in your legend
  • Change the legend’s classification type (Natural Breaks, Quantile, or Equal Interval)
  • Show boundaries and labels for multiple types of geographies at the same time
  • Click on the map to identify the geographic areas a point falls within
  • Generate a table view of your selected variable and geography labels

Geography Profiles

You can access a profile that includes statistics and visualizations across topics, surveys, and programs for your geography in a single view. The profiles are accessible for the nation, states, counties, places, county subdivisions, congressional districts, school districts, American Indian areas, Alaska Native areas, and Hawaiian home lands.

Share/Embed Visualizations: The profiles feature enhanced options that allow you to access a link to share a visualization or embed it in your own html website.

Industry Profiles

Industry Profiles allow you to explore key data, visualizations, and maps for any 2–6-digit North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code. These profiles are available at the state or national level.

To access and Industry Profile, simply run a search for a single NAICS code and up to one geography (nation or state), and then click the blue box on the All results page that says “Explore Data.”

Other Features

Navigation/Filtering Updates: In Winter 2021, significant improvements to navigation and filtering were applied to improve the user experience.

Refreshed Look and Feel: In Spring 2019, a major refresh was applied to the look and feel to improve the user experience and navigation throughout the site. Since then, we continue to make periodic tweaks based on user feedback, such as a refreshed landing page and better table display that requires less scrolling.

Use the Site on Mobile Devices: Responsive design allows you to experience the site in a way that has been optimized for your smartphone or tablet, in either portrait or landscape orientation

Architecture Enhancements: Includes ongoing research activities to identify mapping and table solutions to enable future features.

Microdata Access

The microdata access tool on data.census.gov/mdat allows you to create custom tables using public use microdata from the American Community Survey and Current Population Survey. The tool allows you to:

  • Select variables and restrict the values you include in your analysis
  • Recode variables to create custom groupings
  • Select geographies from various summary levels depending on the survey (region, division, state, county, and public use microdata area)
  • Format a custom table by dragging variables to the rows and columns
  • Restrict your table universe
  • Download or use API queries to output the table view or raw data

Limitations

Please be aware of the following limitations of Microdata Access:

  • The site does not currently have the functionality to:
    • Calculate medians, percentages, or margins of error
    • Show data over time in a single table view
    • Calculate an average over time for monthly CPS datasets
    • Produce tables that are larger than 400 columns by 2000 rows
    • Apply inflation-adjustment variables like ADJINC to dollar values in ACS datasets
  • Place of work PUMAs (POWPUMAs), migration PUMAs (MIGPUMAs), and dual-vintage PUMAs are extremely difficult to use in Microdata Access because they are not available as selectable geographies. ACS datasets with dual-vintage PUMAs include the 2015, 2014, 2013, and 2012 ACS 5-Year PUMS.
  • A current defect prevents you from downloading raw microdata when 5 or more geographies are selected in some datasets. As we work to resolve this issue, you can access these data using the API queries in the download screen.

There is also an issue in Internet Explorer where updating the vintage does not update the data values correctly. Please use the recommended browser (Google Chrome) to access the site, as Internet Explorer is not a supported browser.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Check out our Frequently Asked Questions to learn about using data.census.gov, the Census API, and the Microdata Access. Find out what data, features, and functionality is available.

Appendix

  • 010 United States
  • 020 Region
  • 030 Division
  • 040 State
  • 050 County
  • 060 County Subdivision
  • 061 Estimates Universe County Subdivision
  • 067 State-County-County Subdivision-Subminor Civil Division
  • 06V State-County-Estate
  • 070 Place/Remainder
  • 071 State-County-County Subdivision-Estimates Universe Place/Balance (or part)
  • 07V State-County-Estate-Place/Remainder (or part)
  • 080 Census Tract (or part) within Place/Remainder
  • 085 State-County-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder (or part)-Census Tract (or part) within Place/Remainder-Urban/Rural
  • 090 State-County-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder-Census Tract-Block Group-Urban/Rural
  • 091 Block Group within Place/Remainder
  • 100 Block within Census Tract
  • 140 Census Tract
  • 144 State-County-Tract-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land (or part)
  • 150 Block Group within Census Tract
  • 154 State-County-Tract-Block Group-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land (or part)
  • 155 County within Place
  • 157 State-County-Estimates Universe Place/Balance (or part) within County
  • 158 Census Tract within Place
  • 159 State-County-Place (or part)
  • 160 Place within State
  • 162 Estimates Universe Place
  • 170 State-Consolidated City
  • 172 State-Consolidated City-Place Within Consolidated City
  • 230 Alaska Native Regional Corporation
  • 250 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land
  • 251 American Indian Area-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder
  • 252 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area
  • 253 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only)-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder (Reservation Only)
  • 254 American Indian Area (Off-Reservation Trust Land Only)/Hawaiian Home Land
  • 255 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-AIA (Trust Land Only)/HHL-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder (Trust Land Only) (or part)
  • 256 American Indian Area-Tribal Census Tract
  • 257 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder-Tribal Census Tract (or part) within Tribal Subdivision/Remainder within AIA
  • 258 American Indian Area-Tribal Census Tract-Tribal Block Group
  • 259 260
  • 260 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-State
  • 261 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-County (or part)-County Subdivision (or part)
  • 262 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only)-State (or part)
  • 263 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-County (or part)-County Subdivision (or part)-Place/Remainder (or part)
  • 264 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-AIA (Trust Land Only)/HHL-State (or part)
  • 265 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only) (or part)-County (or part)-County Subdivision (or part)
  • 266 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only) (or part)-County (or part)-County Subdivision (or part)-place/Remainder (or part)
  • 267 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area (Off-Reservation Trust Land Only)/Hawaiian Home Land (or part)-County (or part)-County Subdivision (or part)
  • 268 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area (Off-Reservation Trust Land Only)/Hawaiian Home Land (or part)-County (or part)-County Subdivision (or part)-Place/Remainder (or part)
  • 269 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-State-Place/Remainder
  • 270 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-State-County
  • 271 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-State (or part) within AIA/ANA/HHL-County (or part)-County Subdivision (or part)
  • 272 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only)-State (or part)-County (or part)
  • 273 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-State (or part) within AIA/ANA/HHL-County (or part)-County Subdivision (or part)-Place/Remainder (or part)
  • 274 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-AIA (Trust Land Only)/HHL-State (or part)-County (or part)
  • 275 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only)-State (or part)-County (or part)-County Subdivision (or part)
  • 276 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only)-State (or part)-County (or part)-County Subdivision (or part)-Place/Remainder (or part)
  • 277 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-AIA (Trust Land Only)/HHL-State (or part)-County (or part)-County Subdivision (or part)
  • 278 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-AIA (Trust Land Only)/HHL-State (or part)-County (or part)-County Subdivision (or part)-Place/Remainder (or part)
  • 280 American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land within State
  • 281 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder (or part)
  • 282 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-County (or part)
  • 283 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only)
  • 284 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only) (or part)-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder (or part)
  • 285 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only) (or part)-County (or part)
  • 286 State-American Indian Area (Off-Reservation Trust Land Only)/Hawaiian Home Land
  • 287 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area (Off-Reservation Trust Land Only)/Hawaiian Home Land (or part)-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder (or part)
  • 288 State-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area (Off-Reservation Trust Land Only)/Hawaiian Home Land (or part)-County (or part)
  • 290 American Indian Area-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder-State
  • 291 American Indian Area (Reservation Only)-Tribal Census Tract
  • 292 American Indian Area (Off-Reservation Trust Land Only)-Tribal Census Tract
  • 293 American Indian Area (Reservation Only)-Tribal Census Tract-Tribal Block Group
  • 294 American Indian Area (Off-Reservation Trust Land Only)-Tribal Census Tract-Tribal Block Group
  • 310 Metropolitan Statistical Area/Micropolitan Statistical Area
  • 311 Metropolitan Statistical Area/Micropolitan Statistical Area within State
  • 312 Principal City (or part) within State within Metro/Micro Statistical Area
  • 313 Metropolitan Statistical Area/Micropolitan Statistical Area-State-County
  • 314 Metropolitan Division within Metropolitan Statistical Area
  • 315 Metropolitan Statistical Area-Metropolitan Division-State
  • 316 Metropolitan Statistical Area-Metropolitan Division-State-County
  • 320 Metropolitan/Micropolitan Statistical Area within State
  • 321 Principal City within Metropolitan/Micropolitan Statistical Area
  • 322 State-Metropolitan Statistical Area/Micropolitan Statistical Area-County
  • 323 State-Metropolitan Statistical Area-Metropolitan Division
  • 324 State-Metropolitan Statistical Area-Metropolitan Division-County
  • 330 Combined Statistical Area
  • 331 Combined Statistical Area-State
  • 332 Combined Statistical Area-Metropolitan Statistical Area/Micropolitan Statistical Area
  • 333 Combined Statistical Area-Metropolitan Statistical Area/Micropolitan Statistical Area-State
  • 335 Combined New England City and Town Area
  • 336 Combined New England City and Town Area-State
  • 337 Combined New England City and Town Area-New England City and Town Area
  • 338 Combined New England City and Town Area-New England City and Town Area-State
  • 340 Combined Statistical Area within State
  • 341 State-Combined Statistical Area-Metropolitan Statistical Area/Micropolitan Statistical Area
  • 345 Combined New England City and Town Area within State
  • 346 State-Combined New England City and Town Area-New England City and Town Area
  • 350 New England City and Town Area
  • 351 New England City and Town Area-State
  • 352 New England City and Town Area-State-Principal City
  • 353 New England City and Town Area-State-County
  • 354 New England City and Town Area-State-County-County Subdivision
  • 355 New England City and Town Area (NECTA)-NECTA Division
  • 356 New England City and Town Area (NECTA)-NECTA Division-State
  • 357 New England City and Town Area (NECTA)-NECTA Division-State-County
  • 358 New England City and Town Area (NECTA)-NECTA Division-State-County-County Subdivision
  • 360 New England City and Town Area within State\
  • 361 State-New England City and Town Area-Principal City
  • 362 State-New England City and Town Area-County
  • 363 State-New England City and Town Area-County-County Subdivision
  • 364 State-New England City and Town Area (NECTA)-NECTA Division
  • 365 State-New England City and Town Area (NECTA)-NECTA Division-County
  • 366 State-New England City and Town Area (NECTA)-NECTA Division-County-County Subdivision
  • 370 NECMA
  • 371 State within NECMA
  • 372 NECMA-State-Central City
  • 373 NECMA-State-County
  • 374 NECMA within State
  • 375 State-NECMA-Central City
  • 376 State-NECMA-County
  • 380 MSA/CMSA
  • 381 State within MSA/CMSA
  • 382 MSA/CMSA-State-Central City
  • 383 MSA/CMSA-State-County
  • 384 MSA/CMSA-State-County-County Subdivision
  • 385 PMSA within MSA/CMSA
  • 386 MSA/CMSA-PMSA-State
  • 387 MSA/CMSA-PMSA-State-County
  • 388 MSA/CMSA-PMSA-State-County-County Subdivision
  • 390 MSA/CMSA within State
  • 391 State-MSA/CMSA-Central City
  • 392 State-MSA/CMSA-County
  • 393 State-MSA/CMSA-County-County Subdivision
  • 395 State-MSA/CMSA-PMSA
  • 396 State-MSA/CMSA-PMSA-County
  • 397 State-MSA/CMSA-PMSA-County-County Subdivision
  • 400 Urban Area
  • 410 Urban Area-State
  • 420 Urban Area within State
  • 430 Urban Area-State-County
  • 431 State-Urban Area (or part) within State-County (or part) within Urban Area within State
  • 440 Urban Area-State (or part) within Urban Area-County (or part) within State within Urban Area-County Subdivision (or part) within State within Urban Area
  • 441 State-Urban Area (or part) within State-County (or part) within Urban Area within State-County Subdivision (or part) within Urban Area
  • 450 Urban Area-State (or part) within Urban Area-County (or part) within State within Urban Area-County Subdivision (or part) within State within Urban Area-Place/Remainder (or part) within County within State within Urban Area
  • 451 State-Urban Area (or part) within State-County (or part) within Urban Area within State-County Subdivision (or part) within Urban Area-Place/Remainder (or part) within County within Urban Area
  • 460 Urban Area-State (or part) within Urban Area-Central Place (or part) within State within Urban Area
  • 461 State-Urban Area (or part) within State-Central Place (or part) within Urban Area
  • 462 Urban Area-State (or part) within Urban Area-Consolidated City (or part) within State within Urban Area
  • 463 State-Urban Area (or part) within State-Consolidated City (or part) within Urban Area
  • 464 Urban Area-State (or part) within Urban Area-Consolidated City (or part) within State within Urban Area-Place within Consolidated City (or part) within State within Urban Area
  • 465 State-Urban Area (or part) within State-Consolidated City (or part) within Urban Area-Place within Consolidated City (or part) within Urban Area
  • 500 Congressional District
  • 510 State-Congressional District-County
  • 511 State-Congressional District-County (or part) within Congressional District-Census Tract (or part) within County within Congressional District
  • 512 State-County-Congressional District (or part) within County
  • 521 State-Congressional District-County (or part) within Congressional District-County Subdivision (or part) within Congressional District
  • 531 State-Congressional District-Place/Remainder (or part) within Congressional District
  • 532 State-Place within State-Congressional District (or part) within Place
  • 541 State-Congressional District-Consolidated City (or part) within Congressional District
  • 542 State-Congressional District-Consolidated City (or part) within Congressional District-Place within Consolidated City (or part) within Congressional District
  • 550 State-Congressional District-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land
  • 551 State-Congressional District-AIA/ANA/HHL (or part) within Congressional District-AIA/ANA (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only) (or part) within Congressional District
  • 552 State-Congressional District-AIA/ANA/HHL (or part) within Congressional District-AIA (Trust Land Only)/HHL (or part) within Congressional District
  • 553 State-Congressional District-AIA/ANA/HHL (or part) within Congressional District-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder (or part) within Congressional District
  • 554 State-Congressional District-AIA/ANA/HHL (or part) within Congressional District-AIA/ANA (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only) (or part) within Congressional District-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder (Reservation Only) (or part) within Congressional District
  • 555 State-Congressional District-AIA/ANA/HHL (or part) within Congressional District-AIA (Trust Land Only)/HHL (or part) within Congressional District-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder (Trust Land Only) (or part) within Congressional District
  • 560 State-Congressional District-ANRC within Congressional District
  • 570 State-Congressional District-School District (Elementary)/Remainder (or part) within Congressional District
  • 571 State-Congressional District-School District (Secondary)/Remainder (or part) within Congressional District
  • 572 State-Congressional District-School District (Unified)/Remainder (or part) within Congressional District
  • 610 State Legislative District (Upper)
  • 612 State-State Legislative District (Upper Chamber)-County
  • 613 State-State Legislative District (Upper)-County-County Subdivision
  • 614 State-State Legislative District (Upper)-Place/Remainder (or part)
  • 615 State-SLDU-Consolidated City
  • 616 State-SLDU-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land
  • 617 State-SLDU-School District (Elementary)
  • 618 State-SLDU-School District (Secondary)
  • 619 State-SLDU-School District (Unified)
  • 620 State Legislative District (Lower)
  • 622 State-State Legislative District (Lower Chamber)-County
  • 623 State-State Legislative District (Lower)-County-County Subdivision
  • 624 State-State Legislative District (Lower)-Place/Remainder (or part)
  • 625 State-SLDL-Consolidated City
  • 626 State-SLDL-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land
  • 627 State-SLDL-School District (Elementary)
  • 628 State-SLDL-School District (Secondary)
  • 629 State-SLDL-School District (Unified)
  • 630 State-SLDU-County-Voting District/Remainder (or part)
  • 631 State-SLDU-County-Tract
  • 632 State-SLDU-County-County Subdivision-Subminor Civil Division (or part)
  • 633 State-SLDU-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder (or part)
  • 634 State-SLDU-Alaska Native Regional Corporation (or part)
  • 635 State-SLDL-County-Voting District/Remainder (or part)
  • 636 State-SLDL-County-Tract
  • 637 State-SLDL-County-County Subdivision-Subminor Civil Division (or part)
  • 638 State-SLDL-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder (or part)
  • 639 State-SLDL-Alaska Native Regional Corporation (or part)
  • 640 State-County-SLDU
  • 641 State-County-SLDL
  • 642 State-Place-SLDU
  • 643 State-Place-SLDL
  • 644 State-SLDU-Consolidated City-Place
  • 645 State-SLDL-Consolidated City-Place
  • 646 State-SLDU-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only) (or part)
  • 647 State-SLDL-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area (Reservation or Statistical Entity Only) (or part)
  • 648 State-SLDU-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area (Off-Reservation Trust Land Only)/Hawaiian Home Land (or part)
  • 649 State-SLDL-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-American Indian Area (Off-Reservation Trust Land Only)/Hawaiian Home Land (or part)
  • 700 State-County-VTD
  • 701 State-County-VTD-Place
  • 702 State-County-VTD-Consolidated City
  • 703 State-County-VTD-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land
  • 704 State-County-VTD-American Indian Area/Alaska Native Area/Hawaiian Home Land-Tribal Subdivision/Remainder
  • 705 State-County-VTD-Alaska Native Regional Corporation (or part)
  • 706 State-County-VTD-School District (Elementary)
  • 707 State-County-VTD-School District (Secondary)
  • 708 State-County-VTD-School District (Unified)
  • 709 State-County-VTD-Tract
  • 710 State-County-VTD-County Subdivision
  • 715 State-County-VTD-County Subdivision-Subminor Civil Division
  • 720 State-County-VTD-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder
  • 730 State-County-VTD-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder-Census Tract
  • 735 State-County-VTD-County Subdivision-Subminor Civil Division-Census Tract
  • 740 State-County-VTD-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder-Census Tract-Block Group
  • 745 State-County-VTD-County Subdivision-Subminor Civil Division-Census Tract-Block Group
  • 790 SuperPUMA within State
  • 795 Public Use Microdata Area (PUMA)
  • 850 ZCTA3
  • 851 ZCTA3 within State
  • 852 State-ZCTA3-County (or part)
  • 860 5-Digit ZCTA
  • 861 5-Digit ZIP Code
  • 870 State within Zip Code Tabulation Area (Five-Digit)
  • 871 5-Digit ZCTA (or part) within State
  • 880 ZCTA-State-County
  • 881 State-5-Digit ZCTA (or part) within State-County
  • 902 EEO
  • 904 Commercial Region(Planning Region)
  • 906 American Housing Survey Area
  • 940 State-County-Traffic Analysis Zone
  • 950 School District (Elementary)/Remainder
  • 960 School District (Secondary)/Remainder
  • 970 School District (Unified)/Remainder
  • E20 Commercial Region(Planning Region)
  • E32 Area Outside of Metro/Micro Statistical Areas (or part) within State
  • E33 Commodity Flow Survey Area/Remainder within State
  • E60 Economic Place
  • E65 Economic Place (Part)

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