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Census 2000 -- Data Access & Use Notes

Census 2000, conducted April 1, 2000, continues to be relevant and provide data essential for historical and longitudinal analysis. Using integrated data from the Census 2000, American Community Survey, Census 2010 and Census 2020, we can see where what has changed by how much. This section was developed around the year 2000. Many of the links provided below have not been updated since initial coverage of Census 2000 between 2000 and 2004.

Topics Covered in this Section
  Content & Collection

    States & Counties
    Metropolitan Areas
    Cities & Places
    School Districts

      Complete Count Data
      - First data
      - P.L. 94-171 Data
      - Summary File 1
      - Summary File 2
      Sample Data
      - Summary File 3
      - Summary File 4
      - Microdata Files
      Supplementary Survey
      - State & Regional Data
      100% and Sample Data
      - Demographic Profiles
      - Custom Files
      - Special Tabulations
      - School District Data
      - Traffic Zone (TAZ) Data
      - TIGER/Line Files
      - Maps

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