The American Community Survey (ACS) is an annual survey of one percent of the U.S. population. The ACS has replaced the long-form census as the source for detail information about individuals and households. Because it is a survey derived from a sample, reported values have margins of error. The margins of error grow larger for small areas and when using one-year averages. Most of the data in SAVI uses five year averages, meaning the reported estimates are from surveys collected over five years.

Example Indicators

Vacancy rate, median household income by race, married couple families, educational attainment

Extent

Data is available in SAVI for this area:

Reporting Level

Data is available in SAVI at these geographic levels:

Data Years

Data is available in SAVI for these years:
2005-2017

Use This Data In SAVI

This data source is used in the following SAVI tools.