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The 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s

files were modified to make a single .csv file of county and state intercensal population data that is easier use.

Spreadsheets and statistical software can read the comma-separated CSV file.
The Stata .dta file can be converted to other formats using conversion software such as Stat/Transfer.

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Updates and changes.

Data

Comma-separated variables CSV Stata .dta SAS .sas7bdat Desc
county_population.csv county_population.dta county_population.sas7bdat desc

National data users might find the national-level file easier to work with:

Year(s) Source Data File Layout Stata SAS CSV Desc
2010- data txt dta sas7bdat csv desc
1990-2000 data txt dta sas7bdat csv desc

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Last Update: January 5, 2016

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