According to US Census Bureau, state data tables from the 2020 census will be available "by Sept 30th".
Just curious if anyone knows of any updates to this general release date.
Yes, the Sept 16 data release of PL94-171 file will have just the same data as the August 12 release. Dave-- I also would enjoy having the "release date for the full set of 2020 results." meaning…
Yes, I think this is the Redistricting Data for states in a new "easy-to-use" format as opposed to the legacy FTP format that was released on Aug. 12th. Last I heard, "BY Sept 30th…
They're saying September 16 now: www.census.gov/.../easier-to-use-formats-redistricting-data.html
If you need it sooner, it's SO much easier to use now that it's on NHGIS --you can get every county in every state, for instance, instead of having to download and process every geography in every state. You just have to translate column names (easy enough in R) https://data2.nhgis.org/main
They are saying the Summer of 2022 for the DHC1 and they are talking about a new DDHC, for the more detailed data. They are also indicating that the DHC1 will not be compatible with the PL94 nor with the DDHC. In short, there is a massive hold up on all of the Census data, because of DP despite the fact that it has become plain that DP at the level of epsilon they set gives precious little privacy protection.
See more here: https://www2.census.gov/about/partners/cac/sac/meetings/2021-09/presentation-status-update-2020-census-data-products-and-stakeholder-engagement-plans.pdf
Also there is no indication that they have solved the problem of producing tables that include housing/households and persons in the same table (number of Children under 18), etc.