The American Community Survey is an ongoing survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, designed to provide communities a fresh look at how they are changing. It replaces the long form in future censuses and is a critical element in the Census Bureau’s reengineered 2010 census plan.
Four Profiles are provided annually here with data on demographic, social, economic, and housing topics for the state. Laramie and Natrona County (MSA) data are available starting in 2006, county and city data (3 year average) with populations of 20,000 or more are available in 2008, while other geographic area data (5 year average) with smaller population are available starting in 2010. You may obtain detailed data tables from the U.S. Census Bureau's Website.
This Handbooks for Data Users helps general audiences understand the basics of the ACS, its opportunities and challenges, and how to access and the use the ACS data on the Census Bureau's Web site. It includes concrete examples of how ACS data can be used to answer real-world questions about our society.
Before 2006, these profiles were limited to the household population and excludes the population living in institutions, college dormitories, and other group quarters. Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability. The 3-year data is no longer available since 2014.
Selected Social, Economic, and Housing Characteristics for Wyoming, Counties, Census Tracts, Cities, Towns, and Census Designated Places (CDPs):
1-Year Data Profiles for Wyoming:
2017 - (PDF)
2016 - (PDF)
2015 - (PDF)
2014 - (PDF)
2013 - (PDF)
2012 - (PDF)
2011 - (PDF)
2010 - (PDF)
5-Year Data Profiles for Wyoming and Counties - PDF
5-Year Data Profiles for Cities, Towns, and CDPs with Population of 300 or More
(CDP = Census Designated Place, not incorporated)