Cultural Diversity
posted by Kelli .
I am trying to find 2010 Census results for Tucson; specifically population results. Every census.gov link that comes up does not work. Any ideas where I can find the information?
Thank you!

You haven't found this information because it's not available yet. The formal 2010 census report will be published in December.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_United_States_Census 
I feel a little silly. Thank you :)

You're welcome. :)
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