Housing - Occupied vs Unoccupied

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01
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Part
01

Housing - Occupied vs Unoccupied (3)

Data outlining the numbers of occupied and unoccupied housing for North Dakota to Wyoming have been entered into the attached spreadsheet.
  • Notes have been added to each column in the spreadsheet stating the source of the data.
  • Data metrics for 2010-2017 have been obtained from the American Community Survey from the US Census Bureau.
  • Year-by-year data by state is not available from the US Census Bureau prior to 2010. As proxy, ten-year data blocks have been provided for the years 2000, 1990, and 1980.
Part
02
of three
Part
02

Housing - Occupied vs Unoccupied (2)

Data outlining the numbers of occupied and unoccupied housing for Louisiana to North Carolina have been entered into the attached spreadsheet.
  • Notes have been added to each column in the spreadsheet stating the source of the data.
  • Data metrics for 2010-2017 have been obtained from the American Community Survey from the US Census Bureau.
  • Year-by-year data by state is not available from the US Census Bureau prior to 2010. As proxy, ten-year data blocks have been provided for the years 2000, 1990, and 1980.
Part
03
of three
Part
03

Housing - Occupied vs Unoccupied (1)

Data outlining the numbers of occupied and unoccupied housing for Alabama through Kentucky have been entered into the attached spreadsheet.
  • Notes have been added to each column in the spreadsheet stating the source of the data.
  • Data metrics for 2010-2017 have been obtained from the American Community Survey from the US Census Bureau.
  • Year-by-year data by state is not available from the US Census Bureau prior to 2010. As proxy, ten-year data blocks have been provided for the years 2000, 1990, and 1980.
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