Publications, briefs and reports from Census Bureau experts can be viewed by topic, survey, or by series.
|ACSBR: Short reports on specific topics from the American Community Survey.|
ACS: Reports on specific topics from the American Community Survey.
|Census Briefs: Succinct reports, data on topics of current interest. Presented in narrative style accompanied by charts and tables, the reports summarize data from current economic and demographic surveys. Prior to November 1996, Census Briefs were called Statistical Briefs.|
Consumer Income (P60)
|Consumer Income (P60) : Information concerning families, individuals, and households at various income levels is presented in this group of reports. Data are also presented on noncash benefits and the relationship of income to age, sex, race, family size, education, occupation, work experience, and other characteristics.|
Household Economic Studies (P70)
|Household Economic Studies (P70)This series and the associated data files feature data on the economic status of households and its relationship to social characteristics and to benefits received. The data are obtained from the monthly Survey of Income and Program Participation.|
|International Population Reports: These reports present demographic and socioeconomic data and specialized studies of the populations of foreign countries and regions of the world.|
|(P20 Series) : The annual reports in this series contain data on geographic residence and mobility, fertility, school enrollment, educational attainment, marital status, households and families, persons of Spanish origin, and various other topics. Biennial reports present information on voter registration and participation.|
|(P25 Series) : Included in this group of reports and data files are monthly estimates of the total U.S. population; annual midyear estimates of the population by age, sex, race, and geographic area; and projections for the United States and States. Also included are data for components of population change|
|(P23 Series): Information pertaining to methods, concepts, or specialized data is furnished in these publications. Also included are occasional reports on the Black population, metropolitan-nonmetropolitan population, youth, women, the older population, and other topics.|
|Use the Statistical Abstract as a convenient volume for statistical reference, and as a guide to sources of more information both in print and on the Web. Sources of data include the Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bureau of Economic Analysis, and many other Federal agencies and private organizations. In the spring of 2011, the Census Bureau ceased publication of the Abstract. The commercial publisher, ProQuest, took over the responsibility for updating and releasing this publication.|
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