The U.S. Census Bureau today released the results of the 2009 American Community Survey (ACS), providing data about the nation’s socioeconomic, housing and demographic characteristics.  The release covers more than 40 topics, such as income, educational attainment, housing and family structure for all geographies with populations of 65,000 or more.  In addition to the ACS data released today, the Census Bureau is releasing a set of briefs on seven topics: poverty, median household income by state, men’s and women’s earnings by state, food stamp/Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program receipt by state, health insurance coverage among children, disability among the working age population and usual hours worked.  Key highlights of the 2009 ACS data include:

  • Median household income;
  • Poverty;
  • Industry and occupation;
  • Journey to work;
  • Rental housing costs;
  • Labor force;
  • And more”¦

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