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Data and Statistics About the U.S.

Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnFind data about the U.S., such as demographic and economic data, population, and maps. Get information about the 2020 U.S. Census.

provides data about the nation’s people and economy. Every 10 years, it conducts the Population and Housing Census, in which every resident in the United States is counted. The agency also gathers data through more than 100 other surveys of households and businesses every one to five years. You can explore the results of the surveys or find popular quick facts.

Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnThe 2020 Census ended in October, 2020. 

How is data from the census used?

Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnYour responses can help determine how much funding your local community will receive for public services. Census population data is used to divide among the 50 states. It can also be used to draw boundaries for state legislative and school districts.

Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnBesides using census data for the benefit of public services, you can also use it for . To protect the privacy of people who respond to the U.S. Census, all records are kept confidential for 72 years. Find out what genealogical information is available and where you can access it.

What statistics can I get from the census?

Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnGet population and demographic information about the country, individual states, and more:

Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnView for the most popular topics.

  • Zoom in and sort census data with .

  • Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnSee U.S. and world population estimates changing live with the .

  • Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnView to understand population change over time.

How can I see the results of the census?


  • Examine .

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  • Review all of the surveys and their data conducted by the Bureau:

Do I have to respond to the census?

By law, everyone is required to be counted in the census. If you don’t respond, the U.S. Census Bureau will follow up with you in person by visiting your home. 

 collects information on economic indicators, national and international trade, accounts, and industry.
  •  reports on justice systems, crime, criminal offenders, and victims of crime.
  •  measures labor market activity, working conditions, and price changes in the U.S. economy.
  •  provides data on airline on-time performance, pirates at sea, transportation safety and availability, motorcycle trends, and more.
  • is the main source of data about our nation's people and economy.
  •  provides a window into how people are interacting with the government online.
  • is the home of the U.S. Government's open data. Find federal, state, and local data, tools, and resources to conduct research, build apps, design data visualizations, and more. 
  •  informs public and private decision making on economic and policy issues related to agriculture, food, the environment, and rural development.  
  •  provides data on U.S. use of coal, natural gas, nuclear energy, renewable energy, and more.
  •  examine tax returns to report on such things as sources of income, exemptions, use of medical savings accounts, migration, and geographic data, tax information on foreign corporations controlled by U.S. parent corporations, exports, international boycotts, and investments and activities in the U.S. by foreign persons.
  •  researches data on food production and supply, organic sales, chemical use, demographics of U.S. producers, and more. Every five years it conducts the that provides agricultural data for every county in the United States.
  • researches education in the United States. It publishes the , which includes international comparisons of students, and the annual report to Congress, which reports the progress of American education.
  •  is the principal health statistics agency for improving the health of the American people.
  •  publishes data on the American science and engineering workforce and the progress of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education in the United States.
  •  provides statistics on the Federal civilian workforce through data sources such as .
  • Social Security Administration  offers data on social security program benefits, payments, covered workers, and more.
  • is the official source for spending data for the U.S. government. Learn about the size of the federal budget, and how the government spends that money on a national level and around the country.
  • You can also search a federal agency's website to see what types of statistical information it provides. Find the U.S. government department or agencyXổ số trực tiếp 3 miền you want to search.

    State and Local Government Data and Statistics

    State and local government agencies also compile and maintain statistical information. Contact a state or local government for more information:

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    Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnLast Updated: December 7, 2020