The census tells us who we are and where we are going as a nation. The census helps our communities determine where to build everything from schools to supermarkets, and from homes to hospitals. It helps the government decide how to distribute funds and assistance to states and localities. It is also used to draw the lines of legislative districts and reapportion the seats each State holds in Congress.
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Adopted Children and Stepchildren: 2000
This report presents information on the characteristics of adopted children and stepchildren of householders as estimated from the Census 2000 sample.
Areas with Concentrated Poverty: 1999
This report discusses demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of census tracts using data from Census 2000, as categorized by the tract's poverty rate.
Children and the Households They Live In: 2000
This report describes the social and economic characteristics of children and their households.
Domestic Migration Across Regions,Divisions, and States: 1995 to 2000
This report contains information about the domestic migration across regions, divisions and states during 1995 to 2000.
Evidence About Earnings by Detailed Occupation for Men and Women: 2000
This report looks at the distribution of earnings by occupation for all workers and separately for men and women as reported on the Census 2000 long form.
Examining American Household Composition: 1990 and 2000
This report provides a look at detailed household composition and how it changed from 1990 to 2000.
Internal Migration of the Older Population: 1995 to 2000
This report discusses the internal migration of the older (aged 65 and over) population, using Census 2000 data.
Married-Couple and Unmarried-Partner Households: 2000
A reflection of changing life styles is mirrored in Census 2000’s enumeration of 5.5 million couples who were living together but who were not married.
Migration and Geographic Mobility in America
This report looks at 5-year mobility data from Census 2000 and focuses on migration and mobility patterns in the US.
Migration by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1995 to 2000
This report examines mobility patterns by race and Hispanic origin and discusses the redistribution of people by race and Hispanic origin between 1995 and 2000.
Migration of Natives and the Foreign Born: 1995 to 2000
This Census 2000 Special Report examines migration patterns of natives and the foreign born.
Migration of the Young, Single, and College Educated: 1995 to 2000
Migration levels, patterns, and destinations of young people are examined in this report.
State-to-State Migration Flows: 1995 to 2000
This report highlights some of the most dramatic patterns of state-to-state migration between 1995 and 2000 for the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
We the People of Arab Ancestry in the United States
This report provides a portrait of the Arab population in the United States, and discusses the largest groups within this population at the national level.
We the People: American Indians and Alaska Natives
This report provides a portrait of the American Indian and Alaska Native population in the United States.
We the People: Aging in the United States
This report provides a portrait of the social and economic characteristics of the population aged 65 and over in the United States using data from Census 2000.