American Community Survey (ACS) [electronic resource] : Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS), 2006 / United States Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census.

Ann Arbor, Mich. : Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2008.
1 online resource.
ICPSR (Series) ; 22101.
ICPSR ; 22101
American Community Survey (ACS) Series ; 22101

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The American Community Survey (ACS) is a part of the Decennial Census Program, and is designed to produce critical information about the characteristics of local communities. The ACS publishes social, housing, and economic characteristics for demographic groups covering a broad spectrum of geographic areas in the United States and Puerto Rico. Every year the ACS supports the release of single-year estimates for geographic areas with populations of 65,000 or more. Demographic variables include sex, age, relationship, households by type, race, and Hispanic origin. Social characteristics variables include school enrollment, educational attainment, marital status, fertility, grandparents caring for children, veteran status, disability status, residence one year ago, place of birth, United States citizenship status, year of entry, world region of birth of foreign born, language spoken at home, and ancestry. Variables focusing on economic characteristics include employment status, commuting to work, occupation, industry, class of worker, income and benefits, and poverty status. Variables focusing on housing characteristics include occupancy, units in structure, year structure was built, number of rooms, number of bedrooms, housing tenure, year householder moved into unit, vehicles available, house heating fuel, utility costs, occupants per room, housing value, and mortgage status. The American Community Survey is conducted under the authority of Title 13, United States Code, Sections 141 and 193, and response is mandatory. ... Cf.:
Part 1: Alabama Housing; Part 2: Alabama Population; Part 3: Alaska Housing; Part 4: Alaska Population; Part 5: Arizona Housing; Part 6: Arizona Population; Part 7: Arkansas Housing; Part 8: Arkansas Population; Part 9: California Housing; Part 10: California Population; Part 11: Colorado Housing; Part 12: Colorado Population; Part 13: Connecticut Housing; Part 14: Connecticut Population; Part 15: Delaware Housing; Part 16: Delaware Population; Part 17: District of Columbia Housing; Part 18: District of Columbia Population; Part 19: Florida Housing; Part 20: Florida Population; Part 21: Georgia Housing; Part 22: Georgia Population; Part 23: Hawaii Housing; Part 24: Hawaii Population; Part 25: Idaho Housing; Part 26: Idaho Population; Part 27: Illinois Housing; Part 28: Illinois Population; Part 29: Indiana Housing; Part 30: Indiana Population; Part 31: Iowa Housing; Part 32: Iowa Population; Part 33: Kansas Housing; Part 34: Kansas Population; Part 35: Kentucky Housing; Part 36: Ke ...
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