The U.S. Census Bureau released on September 14th a detailed look at America’s people, places and economy with new statistics on income, poverty, health insurance and more than 40 other topics from the American Community Survey. The release provides statistics on more than 40 social, economic and housing topics for U.S. communities with populations of 65,000 or more. For South Dakota, statistics for the state, Sioux Falls Metro, Rapid City Metro, Pennington County, and Minnehaha County are included in the release. The State Data Center has prepared the detailed comparison profiles for these geographies, and summarized the findings at the state level by highlighting differences between 2015 and 2016 that were statistically different.
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Center, Census Data, "News Release: September 14th, 2017: The Census Bureau released the 2016 American Community Survey 1-Year Statistics for U.S. Communities with Populations of 65,000 or More: South Dakota" (2017). Census Data Center News Releases. 8.