NYC 2000: RESULTS
FROM THE 2000 CENSUS
NYC 2000: Results from the 2000 Census, is a
series of reports that highlights key findings from
the 2000 Census for New York City and its neighborhoods.
Population Growth and Race/Hispanic Composition (4.1 mb): Largely based on data from the PL 94-171 Redistricting
File, this report provides some important context for
the City's 2000 Census numbers, including historical
information on race/Hispanic composition and population
changes in other major U.S. cities. This report (DCP
#01-11) is also available in printed form in the City
Characteristics & Asian and Hispanic Subgroups (4.4 mb):
Largely based on data from the SF1 File, this report
provides demographic information, such as age, household
and family type, living arrangements, and housing information
by tenure for the city overall and for each borough.
It also provides information on population counts and
settlement patterns for the major Hispanic and Asian
subgroups. (DCP #02-07)
Characteristics - Overview of New York City and Boroughs,
2000 (0.4 mb): Analysis of socioeconomic characteristics such as income,
poverty and nativity based on data from the Summary
File 3 profile.