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May 25, 2011



Can you please post explicit references to where you are getting this info? Not just "2010 census" but which tables, webpages, etc? Please post links where you can.

I'd like to play with the relevant data myself.

Thank you!

Susie Wilkening, Reach Advisors

Well, that gets a little tricky, because we rely primarily on the tools provided by the US Census on their website, www.census.gov, and not on the tables they provide. We go straight to the raw data wherever possible, building our own tables, instead of relying solely on the tables provided by the US Census. We find that is the best way for us to synthesize the trends that are taking place that will affect our clients in the future.

To best look up the information for yourself, if it is not immediately available on a QuickFacts page, http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/index.html, is to use American FactFinder, http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/index.xhtml.

Good luck!

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