2010 Census and American Community Survey Data Now Available on Social Explorer! by Sydney Beveridge
Social Explorer announces today that the newly-released 2010 American Community Survey (ACS) and 2010 Summary File 1 from the Census are available for all US states and territories, for all summary levels and all variables.
Fresh from the Census Bureau, this data set give users new levels of detailed demographic information on all census survey questions. The ACS has data on everything from education to employment to home heating fuel, and so much more. To understand the difference between the ACS and the Census, please read Social Explorer’s Andrew Beveridge’s Gotham Gazette column on the two data sources.
You can access this wealth of data through the Social Explorer reports tab, where you can create customized demographic reports with just a few clicks. (The data will also be available in our interactive maps soon.) Our reports are available in the same American Fact Finder-like interface that we have used for several years. We are committed to offering the user quick and easy access to demographic data as we continue to improve our system and add new tools.
The full version is available in the Premium edition, and population change data is available in the Free edition. For more on subscriptions and trials to access all that Social Explorer has to offer, please click here.