Use the Census Bureau's American Fact Finder to find local data about the people and business activity.
Population, housing, economic, and geographic statistics, the latest economic indicators, and some historical census data back to 1790. Includes American Factfinder, American Community Survey, State & County QuickFacts, and the 2002 Economic Census. Access to data sets from the 1990 and 2000 censuses. Full-text subject reports.
2010 Census data for your town is accessed using the American FactFinder. The American Community Survey (ACS) is also searched via the American FactFinder. The pathway to the American FactFinder starting from the Census Bureau's homepage-->select the Data tab-->choose American FactFinder from the menu.
Here you will find additional help for using the Census Bureau's American Community Survey. To Access the Survey from the Census Bureau homepage, select the Data tab, and from the menu choose American FactFinder.
To access 2007 Economic Census data start here by clicking on the 2007 Economic Census link under GET DATA. Clicking on that link will take you to the American FactFinder where you can use the Geographies tab to search for your town. Locate additional help on the tabs along the top of the page.
Extensive consumer demographic information, purchasing data, statistics, rankings and projections for every county and media market within the United States. Includes effective buying income (EBI, a measure of disposable income) and the buying power index (BPI, a measure of spending power). Demographics are broken out by age, race, city, county and state. Rankings by Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs), geographic areas delineated by the U.S. Census Bureau, as well as television or broadcast markets established by Nielsen Media Research. Data from Nielsen Claritas.