The Profiles of Social, Economic, and Housing Demographic Characteristics contain sample data. The sample data were asked
of a sample of housing units and persons in group quarters (e.g., college dormitories). The sample items include sample
population topics, such as school enrollment, educational attainment, marital status, grandparents as caregivers, veteran
status, disability status of the civilian noninstitutionalized population, residence, nativity and place of birth, region
of birth of the foreign born, language spoken at home, ancestry, employment status, commuting to work, occupation, industry,
class of worker, income, and poverty status. The sample items also include sample housing topics, such as units in structure,
year structure built, rooms, year householder moved into unit, vehicles available, house heating fuel, occupants per room,
value, mortgage status and selected monthly owner costs, selected monthly owner costs as a percentage of household income,
gross rent, and gross rent as a percentage of household income.
Census Bureau Releases Census 2000 Demographic Profiles 2-4 for Texas
- 1990 and 2000 Social, Economic, and Housing Characteristic Demographic Profiles (DP 2-4) in Microsoft Excel format
Comma-Delimited (CSV) File (zipped)
This file provides
data at the State, County, Place, MSA, American Indian Home Land and Congressional District level in Texas. Download for
use in spreadsheets or databases for further analysis.
Documentation & Reference Information
2000 Census of Population
and Housing, Demographic Profile: Technical Documentation, 2002
Census 2000 Demographic Profiles
Profiles of Social, Economic, and Housing Characteristics for:
Tables & Maps
County level maps show the geographic distribution of selected
characteristics derived from SF 3 demographic profiles.
NOTE: All maps in this section should be referenced as data from 2000 Census of Population, U.S. Bureau of the Census
as compiled by the Texas State Data Center, The University of Texas at San Antonio.
Population and Housing Tables for Counties, Metropolitan Statistical
Areas, Places, and Council of Government Regions in Texas, 1990-2000. Also shown are tables containing the United States
and States in the United States. For each geographic level, tables 1-43 provide data in alphabetic listings, tables 44-137a
provide data which is ranked, and tables 138-147 provide income data in 1999 constant dollars.
NOTE: All tables in this section should be referenced as data from 2000 Census of Population, U.S. Bureau of the
Census as compiled by the Texas State Data Center, The University of Texas at San Antonio.