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Links to Additional ACS Data

ACS Tables from the Library of Michigan

Household Income:
    Trends in Household Income, 2000-2006 
    Summary and Analysis of Income Trends: 2000-05 (.pdf) 

Comparisons of Demographic Profiles: 
    Michigan 2002-2004 vs. Michigan 2005 
      Click here for Statistical Confidence Intervals 
    Michigan 2005 vs. U.S. 2005 
      Click here for Statistical Confidence Intervals 

Comparisons of Social Profiles: 
    Michigan 2002-2004 vs. Michigan 2005 
      Click here for Statistical Confidence Intervals 
    Michigan 2005 vs. U.S. 2005 
      Click here for Statistical Confidence Intervals 

Comparisons of Economic Profiles:   
    Michigan 2002-2004 vs. Michigan 2005 
      Click here for Statistical Confidence Intervals 
    Michigan 2005 vs. U.S. 2005 
      Click here for Statistical Confidence Intervals 

Comparisons of Income and Poverty Measures:   
    Michigan 2002-2004 vs. Michigan. 2005 
    Michigan 2005 vs. U.S. 2005 
      Click here for Summary of Findings 

Patterns of Migration [available soon]
   In-Migration from Other States
   Out-Migration to Other States
   Net Domestic Migration
   International Migration

Demographic, Social, Economic, and Housing Data from the Census Bureau 

The following types of data are available from the ACS data page of American Factfinder:

Data Profiles: Summary data on each geographic area with 65,000 or more persons

Ranking Tables: Over 45 sets of of tables comparing all states, counties, and places with 65,000 or more persons.

Detailed Tables: Over 150 tables for each geographic area with 65,000 or more persons.

Subject Tables: Tables that combine information on a particular topic from several of the "detailed" tables.

Public Use Microdata Samples 

Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) files contain detailed individual responses to the ACS and other surveys.  PUMS files do not include names or other information that could be used to identify individuals, and they contain limited geographic information.  They are useful for preparing detailed cross-tabulations that are not available through published tables and data files.

PUMS files for 2005 and prior yearsare available from the Census Bureau.

Enhanced PUMS filesfor the decennial census, the ACS, and other demographic surveys are available through the Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS), which is maintained by the Minnesota Population Center.

Additional Information about the American Community Survey 

Additional information is available from the ACS Home Page on the Census Bureau website.

Updated 10/26/2006