December 19, 2014

Reference: U.S. Census Releases New “Easy Stats” Web Tool as American Community Survey Five-year Estimates Released

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From the U.S. Census Announcement:

Just in time for the release of the American Community Survey five-year estimates, the U.S. Census Bureau [has released] “Easy Stats,” an online tool developed to make statistics quicker and easier to access. The interactive tool provides selected demographic and economic statistics from the American Community Survey. “Easy Stats” allows searching by geography down to the local level, including incorporated places like cities and towns and census designated places. View detailed race, age and gender breakdowns, and compare communities.

The new web tool is available at: https://www.census.gov/easystats/

All ACS statistics available via American FactFinder

More about the Five-Estimates

These estimates give even the smallest communities timely information on more than 40 topics, such as educational attainment, income, occupation, commuting to work, language spoken at home, nativity, ancestry and selected monthly homeowner costs.

The Census Bureau also says the QuickFacts will has also been updated with the new American Community Survey statistics.

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