Today the U.S. Census Bureau released the latest American Community Survey statistics. For 10 years, the American Community Survey has provided U.S. communities with detailed information critical for making informed decisions about their people, places and economy. For the first time, you can compare two non-overlapping five-year data sets, allowing you to identify trends for socioeconomic characteristics
for the smallest communities on a more frequent basis.
Here's a list of links that you can use to compare a variety of socioeconomic characteristics for Vanderburgh County, IN.