Mode Splits by County
|Each year, the Census Bureau releases mode split information obtained through the American Community Survey. This document contains a series of tables, including estimates of total workers, and columns showing statistical significance by comparing 2013-2017 to 2008-2012. Over 2,800 counties are grouped by state and listed alphabetically. An asterisk (*) indicates that the 2013-2017 estimate is significantly different (at a 90% confidence level) than the American Community Survey (ACS) estimate from 2008-2012. Please note that the Census Bureau does not re-tabulate past-year estimates based on the current year’s (2017) county geographies; the comparison is with the existing geography of each data year. The 5-year ACS estimates represent 60 months of collected data for all areas. The 5-year estimates are more reliable than 1-year estimates but less current. U.S. Census recommends using the 5-Year data when precision is more important than currency and for analyzing small populations.
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