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109th Congress, Congressional District Level Data on People with Disabilities

Percentage of People with Disability by 109th Congress, Congressional Districts
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Number of People with Disability by 109th Congress, Congressional Districts
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For more Congressional District level data:

Fast Facts for Congress
http://fastfacts.census.gov/servlet/CWSFacts?geo_id=04000US25&_sse=on/

Search Strategy

  1. You can find demographic data on your congressional district by typing in your address and zipcode.
  2. You can also select from drop down menus for information by state, congressional district, or county.
  3. Search results include the number of people with a disability in the section on Social Characteristics.
  4. At the end of the line: Disability status (population 5 years and over), click on the underlined word map to see the geographic area selected, with the percent of Persons 21 to 64 Years With a Disability.
  5. Click on the underlined word brief to link to the Census 2000 Disability Status Brief.

A note on search strategies: The paths suggested worked on December 1, 2005. Web Pages, links, and locations may have changes since then. If the steps are not working when you use them, please let us know so we can update the steps. Please view our contact page for more details on getting in touch with us.

National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research Research support by US Dept of Education, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research grant #H133B030501. Opinions expressed reflect those of the authors and are not necessarily those of the funding agency.