Annual American Community Survey
Last Updated on Tuesday, July 14 2015 10:14
Monitoring changes in the size, movement and characteristics of population is an important barometer of well-being. A region can't thrive without people choosing to live there either by the happenstance of birth and opting to stay, or by choosing to relocate from somewhere else.
The U.S. Census Bureau is the primary source of demographic data in the United States. The primary surveys which include data at the sub-state level are the American Community Survey, the Decennial Census and the population estimates and projections program.
The American Community Survey from the U.S. Census Bureau is considered the replacement for the census "long form." The ACS happens every year with resulting 1-year, 3-year and 5-year estimates for geographies that meet certain population thresholds.
The CEAD has developed a quick and easy, Excel-based look up tool to access these data for geographies in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana.
(Note: These are large files, 8MB, and can take awhile to open. Microsoft Excel is needed to run these files. These files are not intended for use with any Mac OS product.)
2009-2013 Annual American Community Survey: Click here
2008-2012 Annual American Community Survey: Click here
2007-2011 Annual American Community Survey: Click here
2006-2010 Annual American Community Survey: Click Here