Thank you for visiting the 2010 Plus Mapping Project.
2010 Plus is a product of the Center for Social and Demographic Analysis and the Lewis Mumford Center for Comparative Urban and Regional Research at the University at Albany, created under the direction of Nancy Denton and Sam Friedman and developed and supported by the GIS unit of CSDA and the Mumford Center.
The 2010 Plus Mapping Project is a national county-level map-based information system developed with ArcGIS Server to display post-Census 2000 information, including the annual American Community Surveys and Census Bureau estimates. 2010 Plus supports comparisons across counties, and change since 2000, for a wide range of data, including immigration, race, economic, housing, education, veteran status, age and disability, poverty, and household composition. In addition, you can download and save the map data into a spreadsheet compatible file.
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