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Census Poverty Data For Communities: Downloading

American FactFinder: Downloading Options

  • From American FactFinder's Advanced Search page: you can download up to 10 tables in a comma-delimited format (.csv).
  • When viewing an individual table, you can choose to download it in comma-delimited (.csv), PDF, Microsoft Excel (.xls), or Rich Text Format (.rtf) formats. Downloads can be for either a single table or multiple tables.
  • Download Center helps you select and download large amounts of data. The download center steps you through selecting up to 40 tables for a set of geographies (all counties in the United States, all places in California, etc.).

From: http://factfinder2.census.gov/help/en/download_options/downloading_overview.htm

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