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ACS Race/Ethnicity and American Indian & Alaska Native Data

Every five years, the Census Bureau releases two data products containing the greatest level of statistical detail for specific population groups:

  • Selected Population Tables: Available for selected race, Hispanic origin, tribal, and ancestry populations
  • American Indian and Alaska Native Tables: Available for selected tribal populations, with more detailed tribal categories compared to those in the Selected Population Tables

To learn more about these data products visit the Race/Ethnicity and American Indian & Alaska Native Documentation page to learn about the available tables, geographies, population groups, and comparison guidance.

2015
  • 2015
  • 2010
2015

ACS Race/Ethnicity and American Indian & Alaska Native Data

*To modify a table in data.census.gov to a specific race, Hispanic origin, or tribal population, select "Customize Table" and then select the "Topic" tool at the top of the table.  Scroll down and select "Race and Ethnicity."  From here the table can be modified by a specific race, Hispanic origin, or tribal population.  Once a specifc race, Hispanic origin, or tribal population is selected, close the "Topic" tool and the table will update.  Similar steps can be followed to modify a table by ancestry.  Select the "Topic" tool and scroll down to select "Populations and People."  Next, select "Ancestry" and from here a specific ancestry can be selected.  Once an ancestry is selected, close the "Topic" tool and the table will update.

*To modify the geography of a table in data.census.gov, select "Customize Table" and then select the "Geographies" tool at the top of the table.  From here the table can be modified by Region, State, County, and more.  Once a geography is selected close the "Geographies" tool and the table will update.

Application Programming Interface (API) data:

The 2011-2015 ACS 5-Year Selected Population Data Profiles will not be migrated into data.census.gov or the API.

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