Each year, the Census Bureau releases three versions of the American Communities Survey (ACS). These are the 1-Year, the 3-Year, and the 5-Year ACS Estimates. These are released based on the population size of the municipality. Five year estimates are released for EVERY level of census geography (down to the block group level) as well as every municipality (think town, city, and village). Three year estimates are only released for geographies or municipalities with a MINIMUM population of 20,000 persons. So many smaller villages and towns are excluded. One year estimates are released for municipalities with a MINIMUM population of 65,000. This means they are mostly for counties and larger cities. For our region, ONLY ONEIDA COUNTY HAS SINGLE YEAR ESTIMATES AVAILABLE.
The most recent 3-Year Estimates are now a permanent part of this blog
in the linked area just below the title above. A permanent link will
take you to the most recent 3 year estimates post so you can always
easily find this important data for both Oneida Counties !
Below are the individual links to the 2011Demographic, Social, Economic and
Housing Profiles for the 2011 Three Year ACS Estimates for Herkimer and Oneida Counties.
2011 OC ACS 3 Year Estimate Demographic Profile
2011 OC ACS 3 Year Estimate Social Profile
2011 OC ACS 3 Year Estimate Economic Profile
2011 OC ACS 3 Year Estimate Housing Profile
2011 HC ACS 3 Year Estimate Demographic Profile
2011 HC ACS 3 Year Estimate Social Profile
2011 HC ACS 3 Year Estimate Economic Profile
2011 HC ACS 3 Year Estimate Housing Profile