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TIP SHEET: TP23-17

Upcoming

2023 Product Calendar — The U.S. Census Bureau has posted anticipated release dates for each regular and recurring statistical product scheduled for release in 2023. These products are listed in the Census Bureau’s online product calendar, which is updated as needed throughout the year.
Census Scientific Advisory Committee 2023 Fall Meeting — The Census Scientific Advisory Committee 2023 Fall Meeting will take place on September 21-22, 2023. Experts and various organizations from all over the nation will be in attendance to discuss census programs, operations, and innovative processes. (Scheduled for September 21-22.)

2020 Census

Demographic and Housing Characteristics Data Available for 118th Congress — The U.S. Census Bureau will release the 2020 Census 118th Congressional District Summary File. The tables in the file include data previously released as part of the 2020 Census Demographic and Housing Characteristics File that have been updated for the current (118th) congressional districts and 2022 state legislative districts in effect for the November 2022 elections. (Scheduled for release August 31.)
Detailed Demographic and Housing Characteristics File A (Detailed DHC-A) — The U.S. Census Bureau plans to release the Detailed DHC-A on Sept. 21. The Detailed DHC-A provides population counts and sex-by-age statistics for approximately 1,500 detailed race and ethnic groups and detailed American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) tribes and villages. A webinar discussing the upcoming release is set for Sept. 13. Embargo subscribers can access these statistics beginning 10 a.m. EDT, Tuesday, Sept. 19, for public release at 12:01 a.m. EDT, Thursday, Sept. 21. (Scheduled for release Sept. 21.)

Housing Characteristics: 2020 — This brief provides an overview of homeownership, renters, vacant housing and other 2020 Census housing statistics previously released through data about homeownership by the age, race and ethnicity of the householder. The map provides national, state, core-based statistical area (CBSA) and county data. It also includes data from the 2010 Census for comparison. (Tentatively scheduled for release in August.)

American Community Survey

2022 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates — The 2022 American Community Survey (ACS) 1-year estimates are scheduled to be released Thursday, September 14, 2023. These data will be available for the nation, states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, congressional districts, metropolitan areas, and counties and places with a population of 65,000 or more. These estimates include language spoken at home, educational attainment, commute to work, employment, mortgage status and rent, income, poverty and health insurance coverage. There will also be a webinar on Thursday, September 7, at 2 p.m. EDT explaining how to access data and online resources related to this release. Embargo subscribers can access these statistics beginning at 10 a.m. EDT, Tuesday, September 12. (Scheduled for release at 12:01 a.m., Thursday, September 14.)

Demographic

Current Population Survey Data Tables for Age, Sex, Race and Hispanic Origin, and the Older and Foreign-Born Populations — The U.S. Census Bureau will release new data tables from the 2022 Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement. These tables provide information on marital status, educational attainment, employment status, occupation, earnings, and other social and economic statistics by age and sex and Hispanic origin, and for the Asian alone, Asian alone or in combination, Black alone, Black alone or in combination, older and foreign-born populations. (Scheduled for release August 29.)
Income in the United States: 2022 — The Census Bureau will announce the nation’s annual estimates on income, earnings and inequality to evaluate national economic trends and their effect on the well-being of households and individuals. These estimates are based on the 2023 Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement. (Scheduled for release September 12.)
Health Insurance in the United States: 2022 — The Census Bureau will announce the nation’s annual health insurance coverage estimates highlighting comparisons between 2021 and 2022 data as well as examining characteristics by health insurance status to better understand the well-being of individuals. These estimates are based on the 2023 Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement (CPS ASEC). State-level American Community Survey data will be released September 14. (Scheduled for release September 12.)
Poverty in the United States: 2022 — The Census Bureau will announce the nation’s official poverty and Supplemental Poverty Measure (SPM) estimates to help understand the economic well-being of households, families and individuals based on national poverty rates and SPM rates for the nation and states. These estimates are based on the 2023 Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement (CPS ASEC). (Scheduled for release September 12.)
2023 National Population Projections — The U.S. Census Bureau will release the 2023 National Population Projections which provide an in-depth analysis of the nation’s population looking forward to 2100, including its size and composition by age, sex, race, Hispanic origin, and nativity. The 2023 projections include a main series and three alternative scenarios with varying assumptions about international migration. Embargo subscribers can access these projections beginning at 10 am EDT, Tuesday, October 3. (Scheduled for release Thursday, October 5.)
Household Pulse Survey — The experimental Household Pulse Survey is an effort by the U.S. Census Bureau and other federal statistical agencies to provide near real-time data on how the social and economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and other emergent issues are affecting people’s lives to inform federal and state response and recovery planning. Data collection for phase 3.10 began August 23, with data dissemination, including detailed data tables and public use data files, on a monthly basis. (Scheduled for release September 20, October 11 and November 8.)
School Pulse Panel — The Census Bureau collects data from schools for the School Pulse Panel (SPP) as part of efforts to monitor the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on students and staff in U.S. public schools. The SPP, sponsored by the National Center for Education Statistics, collects data on instructional mode offered, learning loss mitigation strategies, staffing levels, safe and healthy school mitigation strategies, technology use and more. To learn more, visit the School Pulse Panel webpage.

Economic

2020 County Business Patterns and Nonemployer Statistics Combined Report — The County Business Patterns (CBP) and Nonemployer Statistics (NES) Combined Report merges published 2020 CBP and NES data by industry to produce a more complete view of the economy. The data are available at the U.S. and state level. (Scheduled for release August 31.)
Exploring Census Data Webinar Series: Small Business — Census Bureau subject matter experts will present data available from economic data sources. You will learn about the different types of business data available from the County Business Patterns, Nonemployer Statistics, Business Dynamics Statistics, Statistics of U.S. Businesses and the economic census. The session includes a live demonstration on how to find the data along with illustrations of real- world applications. Learn about employment and payroll data for employer businesses and revenue data for nonemployer businesses. Furthermore, learn about establishment openings/closings, firm startups/shutdowns, unique information on firm age and size, and the most comprehensive source for business data. There will be an opportunity to connect with our experts via live chat and during the Q&A segment of the webinar. This webinar is part 5 of 6 in a series to help data users discover Census Bureau data related to people, places and the economy. (Scheduled for August 31.)
Quarterly Summary of State and Local Government Tax Revenues: 2nd Quarter 2023 — The Census Bureau will release a summary of quarterly estimates of state and local government tax revenue at a national level, as well as detailed tax revenue data for individual states. This report will produce two income and sales data tables and one table for tax collections by state including revenues for Sports Betting Sales Tax which are new this quarter. (Scheduled for release September 14.)
Exploring Census Data Webinar Series: Employment — Census Bureau subject matter experts will present data available from business data sources including both public and private employment statistics. You will learn about the different types of data available about workers to help guide your business decisions. The session includes a live demonstration on how to find key data and crucial information while discovering gems and resources connected to employment statistics. There will be an opportunity to connect with our experts via live chat and during the Q&A segment of the webinar. This webinar is part 6 of six in a series to help data users discover Census Bureau data related to people, places and the economy. (Scheduled for September 14.)
2021 State and Local Government Finances — The U.S. Census Bureau will release a summary brief from the 2021 Annual Survey of State and Local Government Finances. These data show revenues, expenditures, debt, and cash and security holdings by level of government. Level of government includes state, local, and state and local combined. The statistics are organized by state. (Scheduled for release in August.)
Business Trends and Outlook Survey — The Business Trends and Outlook Survey (BTOS) measures business conditions on an ongoing basis. BTOS experimental data products are representative of all single-location employer businesses in the U.S. economy, excluding farms. The data allow greater insight into the state of the economy by providing continuous, timely data for key economic measures. Data are released biweekly and are available by sector, state and the 25 most populous metropolitan statistical areas.
Monthly Business Formation Statistics — Business Formation Statistics (BFS) provide timely, high-frequency data on business applications and employer business formations monthly. The data are available at the state, regional and national levels and by industry sector at the national level. The next monthly BFS release is September 18 and will include August 2023 data. Business Formation Statistics – Release Schedule (census.gov).

Facts for Features

Halloween: Oct. 31 — Halloween, which dates to Celtic rituals thousands of years ago, has evolved into a community-based celebration characterized by child-friendly activities such as trick-or-treating and carving pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns. In the spirit of Halloween, this edition of the Census Bureau’s Facts for Features presents a wide array of new and updated statistical information. (Tentatively scheduled for release in September.)

Stats for Stories

Stats for Stories provides links to timely story ideas highlighting U.S. Census Bureau statistics that relate to current events, observances, holidays and anniversaries. The story ideas are intended to assist the media in story mining and producing content for their respective audiences.

National Staffing Employee Week: September 11-17, 2023

National Hispanic Heritage Month: September 15-October 15, 2023

National Stepfamily Day: September 16, 2023

National Dance Day: September 16, 2023

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day: September 17, 2023

Unmarried and Single Americans Week: September 17-23, 2023

National Hunting and Fishing Day: September 23, 2023

Gold Star Mother’s and Family Day: September 24, 2023

World Tourism Day: September 27, 2023

Ancestor Appreciation Day: September 27, 2023

National Coffee Day: September 29, 2023 

Recently Released

(Released since August 11, 2023)

2030 Census

Census Bureau to Establish 2030 Census Advisory Committee — August 25 — The U.S. Census Bureau announced it will establish a new federal advisory committee focused on the 2030 Census. The 2030 Census Advisory Committee is another way the Census Bureau is engaging with diverse voices as it prepares for the next decennial census and seeks external perspectives on its plans to address census undercounts, communicate with different communities and collect census information in an easy and efficient way.

Demographic

2021 New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey — August 22 — The U.S. Census Bureau released new microdata from the 2021 New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey (NYCHVS). Detailed data from the survey cover many characteristics of the city’s housing market, including characteristics of its households, housing stock, neighborhoods and population. The rental vacancy rate is the primary focus of the survey because that value is crucial to the current rent regulation laws. Other important survey data include rent regulatory status, structural conditions, unit maintenance, neighborhood conditions, monthly rent, utility costs and much more about housing and households in New York City. The survey is sponsored by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development and is typically conducted every 3 years.

Economic

2022 Census of Governments: Organization — August 24 — The U.S. Census Bureau released the official count of state and local governments for the 2022 Census of Governments Organization component. The downloadable files and Microsoft Excel tables contain the number of governments organized by government type, state, population-size groups, function and school systems. The Census of Governments is a three-phased program that collects state and local government data every 5 years in years ending in “2” and “7”.
2020 Nonemployer Statistics — August 17 — The Census Bureau released the 2020 Nonemployer Statistics (NES). This annual series provides subnational economic data for businesses that have no paid employees or payroll, are subject to federal income tax and have receipts of $1,000 or more ($1 or more for the Construction sector). The data consist of the number of businesses and total receipts by industry and are available for over 450 industries at detailed geographic levels, including national, state, county, metropolitan/micropolitan statistical areas and combined statistical areas.

Facts for Features

National Hispanic Heritage Month — August 17 — During this month-long observance, our nation celebrates the culture and traditions of U.S. residents who trace their roots to Spain, Mexico and the Spanish-speaking nations of Central America, South America and the Caribbean. The Census Bureau joins in the celebration with this fact sheet presenting a range of updated statistics describing the demographic state of the nation’s Hispanic population. Spanish

America Counts: Stories Behind the Numbers

America Counts tells the stories behind the numbers in a new and inviting way. We feature stories on various topics such as families, housing, employment, business, education, the economy, emergency preparedness and the population. New stories include:

Stats for Stories

Stats for Stories provides links to timely story ideas highlighting the Census Bureau’s newsworthy statistics that relate to current events, observances, holidays and anniversaries. The story ideas are intended to assist the media in story mining and producing content for their respective audiences.

Blogs

Submit Your Nominations for Our New 2030 Census Advisory Committee — Written by: Robert L. Santos, Director — August 25 — Two key principles to achieving higher levels of excellence in our work at the U.S. Census Bureau are the practice of inclusivity, and then valuing the resulting diverse perspectives from inclusive engagement. And there’s no more important use of these principles than that of developing and preparing for our constitutionally mandated decennial census. It’s in this context that I share some exciting news.

Resources

Emergency Management/Disaster Resources — When major disasters strike, visit our Emergency Management webpage for demographic and economic data on impacted areas. Each disaster will include data from our key emergency management tools: OnTheMap for Emergency Management, Community Resilience Estimates; Census Business Builder: Regional Analyst Edition; and other useful resources.
Learn What Surveys Are Being Conducted in Your Community — Discover which of the U.S. Census Bureau’s 130-plus annual surveys are being conducted in your community. In a variety of surveys and censuses, evolving from the first census in 1790, the Census Bureau provides official information about America’s people, businesses, industries and institutions. Learn more about surveys currently being conducted in each Census Bureau region:

Data Tools

Listed below are a few of the U.S. Census Bureau’s interactive applications used to access statistics from our 130-plus annual surveys. A complete list can be accessed on the Census Bureau’s Data Tools and Apps webpage.
Census Infographics & Visualizations — Explore Census data with infographics and visualizations covering a broad range of topics.
2030 Census Research Project Explorer — 2030 Census research projects are grouped into five Enhancement Areas (EAs). Learn about the research being conducted in each EA and explore topics of interest.
Health Insurance Interactive Data Tool — An interactive application for exploring data from the Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE) program.

Training Opportunities

Census Bureau Training Opportunities — Webinars are available on a regular basis to help the public access and use Census Bureau statistics. These free sessions, which are 60 to 90 minutes each, show users how to navigate Census Bureau databases and mapping tools and find demographic and economic statistics at the local or national level. Descriptions of upcoming sessions are available on our Census Academy webpage. Login details are provided at least one week before a webinar.
Data.census.gov News and Updates: August 2023 (Wednesday, August 30, 2-3 p.m. EDT)
Exploring Census Data: Small Business (Thursday, August 31, 2-3 p.m. EDT)
Webinar on New Data for 2022 American Community Survey (Thursday, September 7, 2-3 p.m. EDT)
Exploring Census Data: Employment (Thursday, September 14, 2-3 p.m. EDT)
Explore Foreign-Born and Ancestry Population Data (Thursday, September 21, 2-3:30 p.m. EDT)
Archived Training Resources — Visit the Census Bureau’s Educational Resource Library for previously recorded, free training available at your convenience. The library includes presentations, recorded webinars, tutorials and other helpful materials.

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