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Census Briefs

Census Briefs are short documents providing findings from Census 2000, current demographic surveys, and the 1997 Economic Census. They contain colorful charts to illustrate major points.

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YEAR Census Briefs
C2KBR/35 Ancestry: 2000
C2KBR/34 The Foreign-Born Population: 2000
C2KBR/33 Journey to Work: 2000
C2KBR/32 Structural and Occupancy Characteristics of Housing: 2000
C2KBR/31 Grandparents Living With Grandchildren: 2000
C2KBR/30 Marital Status: 2000
C2KBR/22 Veterans: 2000
C2KBR/21 Housing Costs of Renters: 2000
C2KBR/20 Home Values: 2000
C2KBR/19 Poverty: 1999
C2KBR/18 Employment Status: 2000
C2KBR/17 Disability Status: 2000
C2KBR/01-16 The Asian Population: 2000
C2KBR/01-15 The American Indian and Alaska Native Population: 2000
C2KBR/01-11 The United States in International Context: 2000
CENBR/01-4 Hispanic-Owned Businesses: 1997 (Spanish)
CENBR/01-3 A Profile of the Nation's Foreign-Born Population From Asia (2000 Update)
CENBR/02-2 The Older Foreign-Born Population in the United States: 2000
CENBR/02-1 Minority-Owned Businesses: 1997
CENBR/01-2SP Coming from the Americas: A Profile of the Nation's Foreign-Born
Population From Latin America (2000 Update) (Spanish
CENBR/01-2 Coming from the Americas: A Profile of the Nation's Foreign-Born
Population From Latin America (2000 Update)
CENBR/01-1 Coming to America: A Profile of the Nation's Foreign Born (2000 update)
C2KBR/01-14 The Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Population: 2000
C2KBR/01-13 Housing Characteristics: 2000
C2KBR/01-12 Age: 2000
C2KBR/01-10 The 65 Years And Over Population: 2000
C2KBR/01-9 Gender: 2000
CENBR/01-8 American Indian- and Alaska Native-Owned Businesses: 1997
C2KBR/01-8 Households and Families: 2000
C2KBR/01-7 Congressional Apportionment
CENBR/01-7 Asian-and Pacific Islander-Owned Businesses: 1997
C2KBR/01-6 The Two or More Races Population: 2000
CENBR/01-6 Women-Owned Businesses: 1997
CENBR/01-5 Black-Owned Businesses: 1997
C2KBR/01-5 The Black Population: 2000
C2KBR/01-4 The White Population: 2000
CENBR/01-4 Hispanic-Owned Businesses: 1997
C2KBR/01-3 The Hispanic Population
C2KBR/01-2 Population Change and Distribution 1990 to 2000
C2KBR/01-1 Overview of Race and Hispanic Origin
CENBR/00-4 From the Mideast to the Pacific: A Profile of the Nation's
Asian Foreign-Born Population
CENBR/00-3SP Llegados desde las Americas: Perfil de las personas nacidas en America Latina
que viven en los Estados Unidos
CENBR/00-3 Coming From the Americas: A Profile of the Nation's Latin American
CENBR/00-2 Coming to America: A Profile of the Nation's Foreign-Born
CENBR/00-1 Women in the United States: A Profile, 2000
CENBR/98-7 "Rust Belt" Rebounds
CENBR/98-6 New Ideas for Measuring Labor Productivity
CENBR/98-5 Russia's New Problem-Poverty
CENBR/98-4 Too Busy to Vote
CENBR/98-3 Neighborhood Pride
CENBR/98-2 Increase in At-Home Workers Reverses Earlier Trend
CENBR/98-1 Children Without Health Insurance
CENBR/97-5 Disabilities Affect One-Fifth of All Americans
CENBR/97-4 Immigration Bolsters U.S.Housing Market
CENBR/97-3 Manufactured Exports Approach $500 Billion a Year
CENBR/97-2 America's Children at Risk
CENBR/97-1 Children with single parents--how they fare
CENBR/96-1 Warmer, older more diverse: State-by-state Population Changes to 2025

Source: U.S. Census Bureau