Population + 2000 U.S. Census + Consumer Data + Global
This dataset consists of polygonal boundaries for the 2000 Census Block Groups with 2000 Block Group level data. A census block group (BG) is a cluster of blocks that have the same first digit in their identifying number within a census tract. For example Block Group 2 (BG 2) within a census tract includes all blocks numbered from 2000 to 2999. Block groups generally contain between 600 and 3000 people with an optimum population size of 1500.
This dataset consists of polygonal boundaries for U.S. Counties with 2000 Block Group level data at the county level . Counties are the primary legal divisions of most States. In Louisiana the county equivalents are known as parishes. In Alaska beginning with 1980 census the county equivalents include organized boroughs and census areas delineated for statistical purposes by the State and U.S. Census Bureau. In Maryland Missouri Nevada and Virginia on or more cities are outside of any county organization and are treated as county equivalents for statistical purposes.
This dataset consists of polygonal boundaries for U.S. Census Places with 2000 Block level data at the place level.Place represents a concentration of population either legally defined as an incorporated place, or a statistical entity identified as a Census Designated Place (CDP). Places do not encompass the entire land area of the State, and place boundaries change frequently. Incorporated places have legal descriptions of borough (except in Alaska and New York), city, town (except in New England, New York, and Wisconsin), or village.
This dataset consists of polygonal boundaries for U.S. States with 2000 Block Group level data at the state level .
This dataset consists of polygonal boundaries for U.S. Voting Districts with 2000 U.S. Census Block Level data presented at the voting district level.This layer is comprised of a variety of areas, such as election districts, precincts, legislative districts, or wards, that have been established by states and local governments for voting purposes. These boundaries may not be those legally or currently established partly because the voting district boundaries must encompass whole blocks. Voting districts boundaries that split blocks may have been altered to follow nearby block boundaries.