This node retrieves US 2020 Census Redistricting Data (Decennial Census P.L. 94-171 Redistricting Data). This node provides all variables such as population and household information from the US Census 2020 data base. The default variable names are GEO_ID (geography), P1_001N (Total Population), P1_003N (Population of one race:!!White alone), P1_004N (Black or African American alone), H1_001N (Total Housing Units), H1_002 (Total Occupied Housing Units).
Only if county is chosen for geography, then * can be input in State FIPS (2-digits) to retrieve all the county level data of all states.
Before using the node, user need to sign up and get a Census API key first by clicking here.
This node uses the Census Bureau Data API but is not endorsed or certified by the Census Bureau. For the terms of service click here.
The State FIPS to investigate, input * for all states (while choose county for geography).
The County FIPS to investigate, input * for all counties.
The Tract to investigate, input * for all tracts.
The Census API key to use.
The US Census Variable list to use.
Available geographic level for this node are Block, Block group, Tract and County.
If enabled, the first nine characters of the Census GEOID column are removed to be compatible with the GEOID of the Tiger/Line Shapefiles. This is useful if you want to join the result of this node with the result of the US2020 TIGER Map node.
For more details about the format and the conversion see Understanding Geographic Identifiers.
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