2011-2015 Estimates Released for South Dakota City Profiles Daniel Case via Wikipedia
Feb 28, 2017

2011-2015 Estimates Released for South Dakota City Profiles

The South Dakota Dashboard’s City Profiles have recently been updated with 2011-2015 estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.

The new data provide key information on South Dakota’s cities and towns with populations over 1,000. Each profile features easy-to-read, one-page statistical information including population, racial breakdown, gender breakdown, poverty rates, disability rates, home ownership rates, housing cost burden data, median household incomes, and median age data.

Cities and towns currently available include:

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