U.S. Census and American Community Survey microdata from 1850 to the present. Learn More about the IPUMS USA project

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Current Population Survey microdata including basic monthly surveys and supplements from 1962 to the present. Learn More about the IPUMS CPS project

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World's largest collection of census microdata covering nearly 100 countries, contemporary and historical. Learn More about the IPUMS International Project

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Health survey data for Africa and Asia, including harmonized data collections for Visit the IPUMS DHS site and Visit the PMA site. Learn More about the IPUMS Global Health Projects

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Tabular U.S. Census data and GIS boundary files from 1790 to the present. Learn More about the IPUMS NHGIS Project

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Tabular and GIS data from population, housing, and agricultural censuses around the world. Learn More about the IPUMS IHGIS Project
Find additional spatial population & environmental data in IPUMS Terra.

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Historical and contemporary time use data from 1965 to the present. Learn More about the IPUMS Time Use Projects

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Historical and contemporary U.S. health survey data from Visit the IPUMS NHIS site (1963-present) and Visit the IPUMS MEPS site (1996-present). Learn More about the IPUMS Health Surveys Projects

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Survey data on the science and engineering workforce in the U.S. from 1993 to the present. Learn More about the IPUMS Higher Ed Project

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2021 IPUMSI New Data Release Highlights

IPUMS International has added 19 new census samples and new labor force surveys.  First-time data release countries include four new countries from four different continents—Finland, Mauritius, Myanmar, and Suriname. Other newly added samples extend pre-existing series. Another first is the addition of labor force surveys from Spain and Italy. See a summary of the full IPUMS collection on the IPUMSI samples page. In addition to the new data, check out the usage-enhancing highlights that are part of this recent release. Spatially-harmonized migration variables New work variables that maximize the utility of newly-harmonized labor force surveys New disability variables per The Washington Group ... Continue reading...

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