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. Explore the links below to quickly find resources and information by ACS user type.
American Community Survey Resources for AIAN
Explore resources for Tribal officials, government agencies, and organizations using ACS data about American Indian and Alaska Native populations & geographies.
American Community Survey Resources for Congress
Explore resources for congressional offices helping constituents participate in the ACS and make an important contribution to their community.
American Community Survey Resources for General Users
Explore resources for general users of ACS to understand how to respond to the ACS and how to access ACS data.
American Community Survey Resources for Law Enforcement Organizations
Explore resources for law enforcement officers to understand the legitimacy of the ACS, how to respond to the survey, and how to access the data.
American Community Survey Resources for Media
Explore resources for journalists and members of the media to use ACS to tell compelling stories that are grounded in data.
American Community Survey Resources for Researchers
Explore resources for researchers including information on data collection and the numerous ways to access ACS data.