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American Community Survey (ACS)

The ACS is a continuous sample survey. ACS does not count everyone but relies on a sample of us to help provide the estimates in the various data categories. Its strength is that it collects data on a wider variety of subjects and that it produces estimates each and every year. ACS data is produced as 1-Year and 5-Year estimates. For information regarding how to compare ACS datasets, please visit the Comparing ACS Data webpage.

1-Year Estimates

These provide a variety of social, demographic, economic and housing data for areas with a population of 65,000 or more. 1-year estimates are based on a sampling of the population over a 12-month period. Locally, the data is only available for Dutchess County as a whole.

2021 ACS 1-Year Estimates 
2019 ACS 1-Year Estimates
2018 ACS 1-Year Estimates
2017 ACS 1-Year Estimates
2016 ACS 1-Year Estimates
2015 ACS 1-Year Estimates
2014 ACS 1-Year Estimates
2013 ACS 1-Year Estimates
2012 ACS 1-Year Estimates
2011 ACS 1-Year Estimates for Dutchess County
2010 ACS 1-Year Estimates for Dutchess County

5-Year Estimates

Projections and Historical Data

The U.S. Census Bureau provides estimates of population once a year, based on birth and death rates and migration data. Historical data compares current Census data with historical data. The first Census was conducted in 1790. These tables are updated with 2010 Census data.

Historical Population, Dutchess County 1790-2010 (.pdf)
Historical Population by Municipality, 1900-2010 (.pdf)
Population Change in Dutchess and Neighboring Counties, 1940-2010 (.pdf)
Census Population Estimates by Municipality (2011-2018) (.pdf)

General Data

The US Census Bureau conducts many other surveys in addition to the decennial Census. Below are some of the more commonly requested items. For complete access to all Census data, please visit the US Census Bureau website.

New York State Census of Agriculture - Dutchess County, 2017 (.pdf)
Unemployment Rates, 1990–2018
Dutchess County QuickFacts