Santa Cruz County

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Santa Cruz County, Nogales, Rio Rico

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Census Data Profiles

American Community Survey (ACS)

ACS Social, Economic, Housing files include Social (DP-2), Economic (DP-3), and Housing (DP-4) data profiles. The ACS is an ongoing survey that provides information on a yearly basis including jobs and occupations, employment status, income, poverty, educational attainment, school enrollment, veterans, home ownership and rental info, home occupancy and vacancy status, home values, rental costs, ancestry, migration, disability status, health insurance coverage, grandparents as caregivers, computer and internet use, and other topics. Data are collected over a 5-year period (for areas with a population of 65,000+, data are also reported based on a 1-year collection period).

ACS Demographic and Housing Estimates files provide DP-05, Demographic and Housing Estimates, which is a sample-based ACS update to data collected during the 10-year census and reported in Profile of General Population and Housing Characteristics (DP-01). For areas with small populations, older 10-year census data are often a more accurate and better choice than more-recent ACS (data should be evaluated case-by-case considering the specific data needed and margins of error of the ACS data). Data are collected over a 5-year period (for areas with a population of 65,000+, data are also reported based on a 1-year collection period).

Decennial Census

Census 2010 and Census 2000 files include Profile of General Population and Housing Characteristics (DP-01). Includes sex and age, race, Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, relationship, households by type, and housing occupancy and tenure.

Census 2000 (Social, Economic, Housing) files include Social (DP-2), Economic (DP-3), and Housing (DP-4) data profiles. These data were collected via the old Census long form, the forerunner to the modern ACS. Data include jobs and occupations, employment status, income, poverty, educational attainment, school enrollment, veterans, home ownership and rental info, home occupancy and vacancy status, home values, rental costs, ancestry, migration, and other ACS topics.

Historic Census Data (pre-2000)

See our Archives page for historic (pre-2000) Census data for Arizona (statewide), counties, cities, towns, and Census Designated Places.)