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    • Allow for comparison of a table over multiple releases...

      This idea assumes multiple data releases, and the ability to tie them together based on topics contained tables that might not appear in each release.

      I'm thinking it would helpful to be able to select a topic and a place and and be able to compare data over time.

      For instance, I needed to find the number of renters for a given county over time. I used the American Fact Finder to find General Housing Characteristics from the 2000 Census, the 2010 Census and the 2012 American Community Survey and then pull out the relevant information.

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      • Is data on car-free households available?

        http://www.bikesatwork.com/carfree/carfree-census-database.html suggests that the 2000 census included data on car-free households (also, worth reaching out to them to help plug their searches into Census Reporter!)

        I'd love to find that data here but all I see is "means of transportation to work"

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