A dataset is the assembled result of one data collection operation (for example, the 2010 Census) as a whole or in major subsets (2010 Census Summary File 1). The datasets below may include statistics, graphs, maps, microdata, printed reports, and results in other forms. Datasets are usually for public use, with all personally identifiable information removed to ensure confidentiality. Users analyze, extract, customize and publish statistics.
1990 Census County-to-County Commuting Flows
View and download 1990 county worker flow files for Commuting.
1990 Census: Summary Tape File 3 Dataset
Summary Tape File 3 (STF 3) contains sample data weighted to represent the total population.
Congressional Districts Summary File Dataset
Contains more than 900 data items of 100-percent population and housing counts and characteristics.
County to County Migration Special Project 312 (SP312) Summary File Dataset
Presents data for non-movers, movers within counties, and all county-to-county migration streams between 1985 and 1990.
Equal Employment Opportunity Summary File Dataset
Tabulations often used in affirmative action planning.
Modified Age/Race, Sex and Hispanic Origin Files Summary File Dataset
The MARS files provide data from the 1990 census that has been "modified" to assign each of the persons in the "other race" category to a specific race.
Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) Dataset
Public Use Microdata Samples (PUMS) contain records representing 5% or 1% samples of the housing units in the U.S. and the persons in them.
Redistricting File (Public Law 94-171) Summary File Dataset
Here you will find the Redistricting File (Public Law 94-171) dataset.
Residential Finance Survey Dataset
This file provides data on the characteristics of the financing of homeowner and rental properties.
Subject Summary Tape Files (SSTF) Dataset
The Subject Summary Tape Files (SSTF), provide a variety of data on subjects.