Includes the resident population of each state, plus a count of the U.S. military personnel and federal civilian employees living outside the United States (and their dependents living with them) who can be allocated to a home state
Population counts for the total population and for the population 18 years and over are presented by race and by Hispanic or Latino origin, and for the total group quarters population by major group
quarters typet. Data presented to the the block level.
Ongoing survey that provides vital information on a yearly basis about occupations, work locations, educational attainment, housing, and other topics in geographies with populations of 65,000+. Most recent is 2019
Deployed in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic that measures the effects of changing business conditions on small business operations and finances, requests and receipt of assistance, and measures of overall well-being and expectations for recovery. Data is available by sector and state for the fifty most populous Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs)
Deployed during the COVID-19 pandemic to measure household experiences in terms of employment, spending patterns, food security, housing, physical and mental health, access to health care, and educational disruption. Data is available at a state level and for the 15 largest Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs)
Data on number of businesses, first quarter payroll and annual payroll; Statistics are available on establishments at the U.S. level and by State, County, Metropolitan/Micropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), Combined Statistical Area (CSA), ZIP code, and Congressional District levels. Most recent data is 2019
Measures business initiation activity and the cycle from initiation to realized business formation. Uses Employer Identification Number (EIN) applications at the national, regional, state and county level . Available weekly and monthly since 2004.
Shows an index of resilience, or the capacity of individuals and households within a community to absorb, endure, and recover from the impacts of a disaster. Individual and household characteristics from the 2019 American Community Survey (ACS) were modeled to provide tract and county level estimates.
Released annually, most recently February 2021 covering 2020 data. Provides an extract of selected geographic and cartographic information, as well as information for legal boundaries and redistricting, which can be broken down by zip code, district, and major MSAs/cities
Education finance data include revenues, expenditures, debt, and assets [cash and security holdings] of elementary and secondary public school systems. Statistics cover school systems in all states, and include the District of Columbia. Data available through 2019 FY and releaseing 2020 data in October
by U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
Conducted every oddly numbered year, most recent in 2019, consisting of the 10-30 largest MSAs on variables including the physical condition of homes and neighborhoods, costs of financing and maintaining homes, and demographics