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Sociology: Race and Ethnicity in the U.S.: Statistics
From their site: "The Wisconsin Policy Research Institute Inc., established in 1987, is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit Institute working to engage and energize Wisconsinites and others in discussions and timely action on key public policy issues critical to the State’s future, its growth and prosperity."
Public Opinion Polls
The Roper Center archives datasets from thousands of surveys with national adult, state, foreign, and special subpopulation samples.
Harris Polls, conducted both by telephone and
online, measure, and trend, the knowledge, opinions, behaviors and motivation of
the general public.
From the Social Science Data Analysis Network (SSDAN) at the Univ. of Michigan. Find maps, charts and other analytical products, developed using Census 2000 data but not available at Census.gov.
Things to Remember
General things to remember about the U.S. Census:
Decennial census – this census is taken every 10 years
American Community Survey – this census is constantly being updated; uses smaller samples; the data is dervived or statistically produced. ACS data excludes people living in institutions, college dormitories, and other group quarters
"Hispanic" is not considered a racial category in any census materials. People who identify their origin as Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino may be of any race
The U.S. Census Bureau does not collect data on religious or political affiliation