Welcome to the Census Engagement Navigator

This interactive, data visualization allows users to quickly understand what areas of the country had high or low return rates in the 2010 census, and the current demographic makeup of these neighborhoods. This information allows non-profits, local and federal government, and policy makers to identify areas that may need more engagement in Census Bureau surveys. The navigator combines the 2010 census mail return rate and latest American Community Survey statistics

U.S. Census Bureau: High School Completion Rate is Highest in U.S. History

Release Number: CB17-208 For the first time in U.S. history, 90 percent of the population age 25 and older have completed high school. This is according to new Educational Attainment data released today from the U.S. Census Bureau. “In 1940, less than half of the population age 25 and older had a high school diploma. Over the years this has increased to the point where we now have 90 percent

American Community Survey Five-Year Estimates Released

The 2012-2016 American Community Survey five-year estimates released today by the Census Bureau feature more than 40 social, economic, housing and demographic topics, including homeowner rates and costs, health insurance and educational attainment. The following highlights compare the 2012-2016 American Community Survey five-year estimates to the 2007-2011 American Community Survey five-year estimate for the state of Arkansas and its counties. Only statistically significant changes are mentioned below; the counties that

Declining Mover Rate Driven by Renters, Census Bureau Reports

Release Number: CB17-185 The rate at which renters moved in 2017 was at a historic low of 21.7 percent, compared to 35.2 percent in 1988, according to new U.S. Census Bureau data released today from the Current Population Survey. However, renters still moved at a higher rate than owners (21.7 percent compared with 5.5 percent, respectively). “Although renters continued to move at higher rates compared to owners, the decrease in