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2010 Census: Population Quizzes
Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage in the U.S.: 2009
2008 Information and Communication Technology Visualizations
2008 Annual Capital Expenditures Survey Visualizations
Measuring Race and Ethnicity Across the Decades: 1790-2010
2010 Annual Absorptions Visualizations
2010 Population Distribution in the United States and Puerto Rico
2010 Quarterly Absorptions
Americans with Disabilities: 2010
Building Permit Survey 2010 Annual Visualizations
Characteristics of Apartments Completed: 2010 Visualizations
County Population Change: 1930 to 1940
Distribution of White Population by Hispanic Origin: 2000 to 2010
Gridded Population Mapping (Demobase Haiti)
Gridded Population Mapping (Demobase Pakistan)
Largest NHPI Groups: 2000 and 2010
Mean Center of Population for the United States: 1790 to 2010
Median Center of Population for the United States: 1880 to 2010
Moving up, moving on, moving out – What’s the story?
New Urbanized Areas: 2010
Percent Change in Population by County: 2000 to 2010
Percent Population Residing in Urban Areas by County: 2010
Percent Population Residing in Urbanized Areas by County: 2010
Population Density by County: 2010
Population Profiles 2010
Position of the Geographic Center of Area, Mean and Median: 2010
Same Sex Maps Visualizations
School District Poverty Maps by State: 2009
State and County Maps 2009
Ten Most Populous Urbanized Areas: 2010
Then & Now: 1940-2010 State by State: Key Comparison Between the Years
Then & Now: 1940-2010: How Has America Changed?
Then & Now: A Snapshot In Time: How Census Measures America
Total Population by County: 2010
Urbanized Areas and Urban Clusters: 2010
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