We are trying to determine if table C16002 about limited English speaking households is available at the tract level from the 2014-18 ACS. A search of data.census.gov doesn't turn up anything but the site also does not load, at least for us, tract level versions of the table from the 2017 five year ACS that are available through Factfinder.
Is there a way to look up the levels of geography at which each 2018 five year ACS table is available?
Hello Cliff, see if this link works for you:
I had to go into the Advanced search, type in the table ID and then hit Search. Click on "View All Tables (1)" in the results, then click "Customize Table" on the next screen.
There will be a drop-down menu labeled "Product" where you can select "2018:ACS 5-year estimates Detailed Tables". Now, click on the "Geography" icon & toggle on "Show Summary Levels". Scroll down to select 140 - Tract, then select your state, and then click the box for "All Census tracts within <state>". Then transpose the table to list your tracts as the rows instead of the columns.
When you download the file, it will include a column with the Geoids, tract name, and whatever data you selected for inclusion. (Ests and/or MOEs.)
Hope that helps!
Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission
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