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U.S. Census Begins Releasing Raw Data | Development Seed

Yesterday the U.S. Census Bureau announced that they will release raw data down to the block level on total population, race, Hispanic origin, voting age, and housing unit counts from the 2010 census for public consumption. The data will be released on a state-by-state basis, with data on Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, and Virginia to […]

Yesterday the U.S. Census Bureau announced that they will release raw data down to the block level on total population, race, Hispanic origin, voting age, and housing unit counts from the 2010 census for public consumption. The data will be released on a state-by-state basis, with data on Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, and Virginia to be released this week. The Census Bureau will release more state-wide data following this general schedule here.

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