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As of July 1, 2019 data.census.gov is now the primary way to access Census Bureau data, including the latest releases from the 2018 American Community Survey and 2017 Economic Census and the upcoming 2020 Census and more. American FactFinder will be decomissioned in 2020.

Read more about the Census Bureau's transition to data.census.gov .
Using FactFinder - Getting started with American FactFinder

Find popular facts about your community by using Community Facts.

Enter a state, county, city, town, or zip code in the Community Facts text box, then click GO.

The Community Facts page displays, showing you the population of the geography that you entered. Click on the subjects listed on the left side of the page (Age, Business and Industry, Education, etc.) to see other interesting information about your geography.

Click the links under "Popular tables for this Geography" to see tables containing other data for your community.

Need Additional Assistance?


View contextual help about American FactFinder using help icons found throughout the application, as well as from the help link displayed at the top of each page.


A glossary of terms used by the Census Bureau is available from the top of each page.

Frequently Asked Questions

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