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 Introduction
   The United States of America is one of the most powerful capitalist countries in the world. Within this great nation, more than 15 million businesses abide: United, every single day, for the participation of economic growth. We at Local Census, provide statistical information for a wide variety of categories pertaining to the United States of America, its 50 states, its 3,000 plus US counties, 30,000 US cities and coordinating zip codes. Local Census also provides a directory of millions of businesses, whereby the user has the opportunity to rate, and comment upon the many facets of these various businesses. If you are a business owner, you can then simply submit your business information for the purpose of national exposure, and development of marketing. A link to your business page will be place on, a city page corresponding to a business category, as well as on our Featured Business Page. Local Census is an essential website indispensable for all individual consumers and business owners.

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U.S. Population Clock Projected: 316,954,912
 People
Total population (Jul 1st 2007) 301,621,157
Total male population (2006) 147,954,345
Total female population (2006) 152,158,286
White male population (2006) 119,113,422
White female population (2006) 121,135,319
Black male population (2006) 18,361,863
Black female population (2006) 20,105,236
American Indian & Alaska Native male population (2006) 1,460,588
American Indian & Alaska Native female population (2006) 1,453,460
Asian male population (2006) 6,391,993
Asian female population (2006) 6,787,294
Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander male popualtion (2006) 270,223
Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander female popualtion (2006) 260,187
Hispanic population (2006) 44,321,038
Total population over 18 yrs (2000) 209,128,094
White population over 18 yrs (2000) 161,862,337
Black population over 18 yrs (2000) 23,772,494
American Indian & Alaska Native population over 18 yrs (2000) 1,635,644
Asian population over 18 yrs (2000) 7,777,999
Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population over 18 yrs (2000) 271,656
Total median age (2006) 36.5
Male median age (2006) 35.1
Female median age (2006) 37.8
Population ratio 0-14 yrs old (2006) % total pop: 20.4% male: 31,095,847  female: 29,715,872
Population ratio 15-64 yrs old (2006) % total pop: 67.2% male: 100,022,845  female:100,413,484
Population ratio 65 yrs old & over (2006) % total pop: 12.5% male: 15,542,288  female: 21,653,879
Total number households (2000) 105480101
Average household size (2000) 2.59
Birth rate per 1000 people (2006) 14.14 births
Death rate per 1000 people (2006) 8.26 deaths
Infant mortality per 1000 births (2006) 6.43 deaths
Net migration per 1000 people (2006) 3.18 migrant(s)
Sex ratio of total population male to female (2006) 0.97
Life expectancy at birth (2006) male: 75.02             female: 80.82
HIV adult prevalance (2003) 0.6%
Total people living with HIV (2003) 950,000
HIV related deaths (2003) 14,000
Protestant (2002) 52%
Roman Catholic (2002) 24%
Mormon (2002) 2%
Jewish (2002) 1%
Muslim (2002) 1%
Other religion (2002) 10%
No religion (2002) 10%
English language (2000) 82.1%
Spanish language (2000) 10.7%
Indo-European language (2000) 3.8%
Asian Pacific Islander language (2000) 2.7%
Other language (2000) 0.7%




 Geography
Geographic Coordinates 38 00 N, 97 00 W
Total Area 9,631,420 sq km
Total Land Area 9,161,923 sq km
Total Water Area 469,497 sq km
Highest Elevation Mount McKinley (6,194 m)
Lowest Elevation Death Valley (-86 m)
Total Coastline 19,924 km
 Economics
GDP Per capita (2007) $46,000
GDP Purchasing power parity (2007) $13.86 trillion
GDP Real growth rate (2007) 2.2%
GDP Composite by sector (2007) agriculture: 0.9%
industry: 20.6%
services: 78.5%
Unemployment rate (2007) 4.6%
Population below poverty line (2004) 12%
Inflation (2007) 2.7%
Average annual growth rate 1997-2004 GDP 3.1%
Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting contribution to GDP (2005) $119,066,000,000
Mining contribution to GDP (2005) $213,574,000,000
Utilities contribution to GDP (2005) $238,908,000,000
Construction contribution to GDP (2005) $593,535,000,000
Durable goods manufacturing contribution to GDP (2005) $868,438,000,000
Non-durable goods manufacturing contribution to GDP (2005) $628,103,000,000
Wholesale trade contribution to GDP (2005) $733,090,000,000
Retail trade contribution to GDP (2005) $828,634,000,000
Transportation and warehousing contribution to GDP (2005) $362,247,000,000
Information contribution to GDP (2005) $578,345,000,000
Finance and insurance contribution to GDP (2005) $1,011,548,000,000
Real estate, rental, and leasing contribution to GDP (2005) $1,562,863,000,000
Professional and technical services contribution to GDP (2005) $862,365,000,000
Management of companies contribution to GDP (2005) $230,634,000,000
Administrative and waste services contribution to GDP (2005) $375,531,000,000
Educational services contribution to GDP (2005) $113,082,000,000
Health care and social assistance contribution to GDP (2005) $864,355,000,000
Arts, entertainment, and recreation contribution to GDP (2005) $117,921,000,000
Accomodation and food services contribution to GDP (2005) $337,957,000,000
Other services contribution to GDP (2005) $294,611,000,000
Government contribution to GDP (2005) $1,474,748,000,000
Military expenditures percent of GDP (2005) 4.06%
Electricity production (2003) 3.892 trillion kWh
Electricity Consumption (2003) 3.656 trillion kWh
Oil production (2005) 7.61 million bbl/day
Oil consumption (2005) 20.8 million bbl/day
Oil imports (2004) 13.15 million bbl/day
Oil proved reserves (2002) 22.45 billion bbl
Natural gas consumption (2003) 633.6 billion cu m
Debt external (June 30th 2007) $12.25 trillion
Total state tax (2005) $647,886,410
Total state tax per capita (2005) $2189.84
Employ state & local government (2005) 15,923,650
Firefighters (2005) 296,761
Government hospital employees (2005) 918,952
Government transit employees (2005) 229,208
Population with health insurance (2000) 239,713,822
Population without health insurance (2000) 39,803,537
 Other
Number of airports with paved runways (2007) 5,143
Total distance of railways (2005) 226,612 km
Total distance of roadways (2005) 6,430,366 km
Total distance of paved roadways (2005) 4,165,110 km
Total distance of unpaved roadways (2005) 2,265,256 km
Total Internet Users (2006) 208 million
Violent crime (2005) 1,390,695
Violent crime rate per 100,000 Inhabitants (2005) 469.2
Murder & nonnegligent manslaughter (2005) 16,692
Murder & nonnegligent manslaughter rate per 100,000 Inhabitants (2005) 5.6
Forcible rape (2005) 93,934
Forcible rape rate per 100,000 Inhabitants (2005) 31.7
Robbery (2005) 417,122
Robbery rate per 100,000 Inhabitants (2005) 140.7
Aggravated assault (2005) 862,947
Aggravated assault rate per 100,000 Inhabitants (2005) 291.1
Property crime (2005) 10,166,159
Property crime rate per 100,000 Inhabitants (2005) 3429.8
Burglary (2005) 2,154,126
Burglary rate per 100,000 Inhabitants (2005) 726.7
Larceny-theft (2005) 6,776,807
Larceny-theft rate per 100,000 Inhabitants (2005) 2286.3
Motor vehicle theft (2005) 1,235,226
Motor vehicle theft rate per 100,000 Inhabitants (2005) 416.7
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