The four-page population and housing profiles include the most frequently requested data items such as labor force, income, poverty, school enrollment, and educational attainment. Profiles for borough/census areas and communities/places or ANVSA's are available.
Data in the profiles were compiled from both the short - (100%) and long - (sample) form questionnaires. View the technical documention here.
Looking for a community but aren't sure which borough/census area it's in? Visit the 2000 Census Profiles page. Then choose a community from the dropdown.
American Factfinder is the Census Bureau's online tool. It provides easy access to a wide variety of population, economic, geographic, and housing information. To visit American Factfinder, click here.
Urbanized Areas (UA) and Urban Clusters (UC) for 2000
For more information about urbanized areas and urban clusters, click here.
2000 EEO File
The U.S. Cenus Bureau created a special file known as the Census 2000 Special Equal Employment Opportunity Tabulation. It serves as a benchmark for comparing race, ethnicity, and gender composition of an organization’s workforce and the labor market. To access the data from the 2000 EEO tabulation, click here.
100% vs. Sample Data
The Census 2000 short (100%) and long (sample) forms ask some of the same questions. Because of the way the data were collected, the counts reported are not always the same. For more information, click here.
U.S. Census Bureau Publications – Alaska Data
- Summary Population and Housing Characteristics
- Summary Social, Economic, and Housing Characteristics
- Population and Housing Unit Counts
- Characteristics of American Indians and Alaska Natives by Tribe and Language, Part 1
- Characteristics of American Indians and Alaska Natives by Tribe and Language, Part 2