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Census data powers much of what we do. Government, business, and many social activities and programs are affected by Census data. The U.S. Census Bureau's website and the new data.census.gov site have data on all sorts of topics prepared by state, county, race, sex, or age. Many of the data sets also have graphs or interactive visualizations to help you understand what the data is telling us.
There are four coordinating agencies and nineteen affiliates located throughout Georgia for the Census Bureau’s State Data Center Program. These groups include:
►regional and local governments
All our data is from the U.S. Census Bureau. We strive to make it as accessible and easy to understand as possible. Feel free to contact us if you have any issues.
The U.S. Census Bureau's interactive maps help everyone understand what Census data means by showing it to them visually.
View and compare the data on Georgia's population from past Censuses.
View what types of data the U.S. Census Bureau collects and how it works together with population data.
Predicting the future population in the state, counties, and cities helps with planning in all communities.
Projections help us stay up-to-date on our plans for tomorrow. See what your county's population is projected to be in 2062!
The Local Update of Census Addresses is an important step in preparing for the decennial Census. It is one of many steps to a complete count.