A typical Census Bureau visualization is a visual presentation of data made with charts, tables, maps, and other graphic elements. Visualizations are often interactive and contain text for labeling, but do not have the narrative text of infographics. Like infographics, they are effective because they simplify information and make use of the human ability to see patterns and trends.
Most of our visualizations can be shared, embedded, downloaded, and printed. We provide source and methodology information.
How is Population Shifting in Cities or Towns in Your State?
View percent change in population for cities and towns across the United States.
A Snapshot of the Nation's Housing Stock
View housing unit estimates in cities and states across the United States.
Baseball Is Back! 18 Teams Play on Opening Day, April 7!
MLB has scheduled 9 games for Opening Day. Map your team and compare metro areas by population.
Men's Final Four: How Many Back Home?
Population of the four college towns and host site of the 2022 NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four Tournament.
Women's Final Four: How Many Back Home?
Population of the four college towns and host site of the 2022 NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four Tournament.