US Congressional District entities each represent one congressional district, including non-voting members and historical, eliminated districts.
A few example entities...
|Alabama 4th Congressional District|
|Florida 22nd Congressional District|
|Massachusetts 10th Congressional District|
|Missouri 3rd Congressional District|
|Missouri 5th Congressional District|
|New York 15th Congressional District|
|Ohio 14th Congressional District|
|Pennsylvania 4th Congressional District|
|Pennsylvania 9th Congressional District|
|Vermont At‐Large Congressional District|
You can access the following properties for each entity...
- US state
- land area
- water area
- FIPS code
- median household income
- per capita income
- population fraction below poverty line
- aggregate household income
- Gini index
- households with income $0 to $25,000
- households with income $25,000 to $50,000
- households with income $50,000 to $100,000
- households with income $100,000 to $200,000
- population by educational attainment, high school diploma
- population by educational attainment, some college
- population by educational attainment, associate degree
- population by educational attainment, bachelor's degree
- population by educational attainment, master's degree
- population by educational attainment, doctorate degree
- population by educational attainment, professional school degree
- population by marital status, never married
- population by marital status, now married
- population by marital status, widowed
- population by marital status, divorced
- population age 0 to 4
- population age 5 to 17
- population age 18 to 64
- population age 65 and above
- male population
- female population
- median age
- population by race, white alone
- population by race, black or African American alone
- population by race, American Indian and Alaska native alone
- population by race, Asian alone
- population by race, native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander alone
- population by race, some other race alone
- population by race, two or more races
- households with income $200,000 and above
- population fraction with high school diploma
- population fraction with associate degree and above
- population fraction without high school diploma
- + more
- - less
Note: Wolfram entities represent physical entities as well as mathematical and other scientific concepts. Each entity type has a unique set of properties. Wolfram entity types and properties correspond to "data types" and "fields" in Excel.
Highlight data and click the Automatic button
Select cells or columns in a table with the text to convert, then select the Automatic button in the Data Types gallery of the Data tab. Wolfram's natural language understanding will recognize the entities and convert them.
Browse associated data
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Automatically get data
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Browse more information
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