2010 USA Census Demographic Data and 2010 Census Tracts

The 2010 Census was taken on April 1, 2010 and produced counts based on questions asked of each member of a household concerning their age, sex, race (one or more), Hispanic origin, relationship to the head of household, and whether they sometimes live somewhere else. The householder was also asked about additional people in the house and whether the house was owned (with or without a mortgage or loan), rented, or occupied without payment of rent. The American Community Survey (ACS) 5-Year Summary data, contains five-year estimates rather than counts, based on questions asked of about three million housing units annually, such as income, education, occupation, and mode of travel to work.

The Nationwide 2010 Data includes Census 2010 and ACS data for Census Tracts, which can be aggregated to higher levels such as County and State.

2010 Census Demographic Data Fields:
Male Population
Female Population

Age 5 to 9
Age 10 to 14 (Total, Male, & Female)
Age 15 to 17
Age 18 to 19
Age 20
Age 21
Age 22 to 24
Age 25 to 29
Age 30 to 34
Age 35 to 39
Age 40 to 44
Age 45 to 49
Age 50 to 54
Age 55 to 59
Age 60 to 61
Age 62 to 64
Age 65 to 66
Age 67 to 69
Age 70 to 74
Age 75 to 79
Age 80 to 84
Age 85+
Median Age
Age 18+
Age 21+
Age 62+
Age 65+
1 Race
  American Indian
  Asian IndianChinese
  Other Asian
  Other Race
2+ Races
Part WhitePart Black
Part American Indian
Part Asian
Part Hawaiian
Part Other

Hispanic Origin
  Hispanic Mexican
  Hispanic Puerto Rican
  Hispanic Cuban
Not Hispanic or Latino
Not Hispanic White
People in Household
People in Family Household
  Other Relative
People in Non-Family Household
  Householder(Male & Female)
People in Group Quarters
  In Institutionalized Quarters
  In Non-institutionalized Quarters
Family Households
Family Households Husband/Wife
Family Households Other
  Male Householder
  Female Householder
Non-Family Households
  Living Alone
  Not Living Alone
Households w/ People <18
Households w/ People 65+
Average Household Size
Average Family Size

Housing Units (total, occupied, vacant, & seasonal)
Owner-Occupied Housing Units
Renter-Occupied Housing Units
Owner-Occ. Average Household Size
Renter-Occ. Average Household Size
2009 American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year Data Fields:
Median Household Income
Households with Income <$10,000
Households with Income $10,000-14,999
Households with Income $15,000-24,999
Households with Income $25,000-34,999
Households with Income $35,000-49,999
Households with Income $50,000-74,999
Households with Income $75,000-99,999
Households with Income $100,000-149,999
Households with Income $150,000-199,999
Households with Income $200,000+

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