The Census State Data Center (SDC) program is a State/Census Bureau cooperative program with a mission of providing efficient access to US Census data and products, providing training and technical assistance to data users, and providing feedback to the Census Bureau on data usability, as well as state and local government data needs and operational issues. The State Data Center disseminates Census and other data to the public through a network of over 1,800 state and local agencies, libraries, universities, chambers of commerce, and others. The State Data Centers are the official source of demographic, economic, and social statistics, and redistricting data produced by the Census Bureau.
The Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Tennessee serves as the Lead Agency for the SDC program in Tennessee. The remainder of the Tennessee SDC is comprised of 20 affiliates statewide. The goal of the Tennessee SDC is to provide access and education on timely demographic and economic data for the citizens, businesses, and government agencies of Tennessee.
Most Census Bureau data are available through the Bureau's Internet site, http://www.census.gov. The Bureau maintains an interactive site with an online access tool, the American Factfinder, with which data from the decennial census files, the American Community Survey, and many other surveys may be accessed. Another valuable data resource from the Census Bureau is the U.S. Statistical Abstract. The Abstract serves as a guide to sources of data from the Census Bureau, as well as other Federal agencies and private organizations.
Please see the links at the top of this page for DATA BY TOPIC.
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Easy Stats gives you quick and easy access to selected statistics collected by the U.S. Census Bureau through the American Community Survey. This interactive tool provides current demographic and economic statistics about your home town. Search by geography down to the local level (including counties, incorporated places like cities and towns and Census designated places). View detailed racial, age and gender breakdowns, and compare communities.
Topics include Financial, Jobs, Housing, People, and Education.
This publication is based on geography for the 2010 Census and includes basic information for the state of Tennessee, including:2010 Census Population, Land Area, Density, Bordering States, FIPS/ANSI Codes, History, Metro/Micro Statistical Areas, Counties, County Subdivisions, Places, Census Tracts/Block Groups/Blocks, Congressional Districts, School Districts, State Legislative Districts, ZIP Code Tabulation Areas, Most Populous, Largest in Area, and Most Densely Populated Areas
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