US Census 2000
The U.S. census for 2000 was the most thorough study of its kind conducted since the inception of the national census in 1790. It posed questions to households in every section of the population concerning sex, age, relationship, race, Hispanic origin, and whether they rented or owned their households. It also introduced an array of variables including ancestry, income, mortgage status, and much more. The result is the clearest picture of America's population to date.
The U.S. census 2000 products that we have developed at GeoLytics have taken the far-reaching data sets of the study and transferred them to an easy-to-use and versatile software format. We offer a variety of packages that feature products that allow you to use demographics data for target marketing, nuanced research, future planning, and educational purposes.
Our U.S. Census 2000 Reference package is a collection of all of our 2000 products along with long form census data sets from the ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s. The range of materials at your disposal allows you to analyze and compare population and housing trends over the past 30+ years. They also give you the ability to create visual references in the form of in-depth themed maps. You can quickly break down a geographic region to include the variables that serve your purposes. You can even create variables of your own, and put past data into modern boundaries.
When you look at a population on a progressively smaller scale, you can learn about almost any facet of a society. Our materials give you the ability to do this quickly, easily and affordably. Order online or call 1-800-577-6717 to learn more about all of the products we have to offer.