2014-2018 Multi-Year ACS 5-year Estimates for Census Tracts

The 2014-2018 5-year American Community Survey (ACS) estimates are available as a single formatted profile and a single file containing the raw data. The formatted profiles for census tracts are combined into a single Adobe Acrobat file (social, economic, housing, and demographic profiles). The raw data for census tracts has been combined into a single Excel file and is presented for download below designated by the Excel icon. ().
Note: The 2014-2018 ACS Profiles for census tracts have been combined into one Adobe Acrobat file. The social, economic, housing, and demographic profiles are found in one file. This is a change from prior years where the individual profiles were downloadable as separate files
Allegany County
Anne Arundel County
Baltimore City
Baltimore County
Calvert County
Caroline County
Carroll County
Cecil County
Charles County
Dorchester County
Frederick County
Garrett County
Harford County
Howard County
Kent County
Montgomery County
Prince George's County
Queen Anne's County
Somerset County
St. Mary's County
Talbot County
Washington County
Wicomico County
Worcester County

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Use Census Bureau web site for more information on American Community Survey.​​​​

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