Selected Characteristics of Black and Hispanic Iowans: Analysis of Public-Use Micro-Sample Data from the 2006 American Community Survey
AbstractThis is a summary of the American Communities Survey for Iowa in 2006. The data chosen were items that profiled characteristics of all Iowans, Blacks, and Hispanics as they may relate to their participation in the Iowa economy in comparison to the total population.
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