CensusScope is “your portal to Census 2000 data.” The site, brought to you by the Social Science Data Analysis Network (SSDAN) at the University of Michigan, offers easy-to-use tools for investigating U.S. demographic trends. In addition to raw data, you will find many graphical views, such as the usual charts and graphs detailing population by race, age structure, family structure and so on. But wait, there’s more! The demographic maps are an incredibly useful feature. Want to know where in the country you can find large concentrations of the elderly, nuclear families or unmarried partners? How about most common race by state? Brightly color-coded maps allow you to take in the demographic trends at a glance. Nicely done. [WDFM Annotation]

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