The U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS) provides a detailed portrait of the social, economic, housing, and demographic characteristics of America’s communities. These important estimates are only possible through the responses of participants and provide valuable answers to meet the needs of policymakers, business leaders, planners, and others nationwide who need good data to make informed decisions. Whether you have been contacted to participate in the survey or you are looking for ACS data, you can start by:
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Your area has a variety of local resources that can help you find more information about the American Community Survey.
Census Bureau Regional Offices
have information specialists who can answer questions about availability and uses of census data.
State Data Centers
and their affiliates, located in all states, the District of Columbia, and most U.S. territories, have data for their respective areas.