U.S. Census Bureau Releases 2022 ACS 1-year Estimates

We are pleased to announce the release of the 2022 American Community Survey (ACS) 1-year estimates, the most relied-on source for up-to-date social, economic, and housing information every year. The ACS is the only source of local statistics for most of the 40+ topics it covers, such as educational attainment, occupation, language spoken at home, ancestry, and selected monthly homeowner costs.

ACS 1-year estimates are available for the nation, states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, congressional districts, metropolitan areas, and counties and places with a population of 65,000 or more. To find out if these estimates are available for your county or city, please consult our Reference Materials.

Today's release includes Data ProfilesDetailed TablesComparison ProfilesSubject TablesSelected Population Profiles, and the Summary File. Learn more in the 2022 Data Release Schedule.

Visit the U.S. Census Bureau's data.census.gov or use the Census API to start exploring these estimates. Please note that data.census.gov and the current release work best in Google Chrome. To learn more, see our data.census.gov resources page which provides Frequently Asked QuestionsHow-to Materials for Using data.census.govVideo TutorialsWebinars and more. For additional information, visit the links below:

  • Pre-Release Webinar: The recording of a webinar highlighting important changes for the 2022 ACS 1-year release and a demonstration on how to access the data in data.census.gov will be available soon.
  • 2022 Changes: Visit our 2022 Data Release page to learn about table and geography changes, and the 2022 Comparison Guidance page to learn how these estimates compare to previous ACS estimates, the 2010 Census and the 2020 Census.
  • 2022 Summary File: Download all of the ACS Detailed Tables via the Summary File on the FTP. Instructions and other technical information are available also available on the Summary File page.
  • Guidance for Data Users: Learn more about the types of data tables and data tools available and get guidance about when to use 1-year and 5-year estimates.