Census Data - World Boundaries Premium

Geographic demarcations of country, state, district, cities, towns, locality, neighborhood, postal and land-use boundaries.

A valuable complement to Neighborhood, Residential and other boundary data sets to help visualize the boundaries and see where Census polygons overlap with other boundaries.  

Features

  • Consistent and seamless within country and across boundaries
  • Complete attribution including administrative and postcode labels
  • Population and demographics statistics 
  • Extensive coverage of census boundaries
  • U.S. Municipal boundaries*
  • Franciemes - French administrative boundaries

*Data is derived from the US Census Bureau and Statistics Canada, including demographic data that facilitates deep analysis and target marketing. The US Census Bureau provides numerous geographic boundary layers through TIGER (Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing) that help define the boundaries in and around metro areas.

Census Data

Benefits

Geocoding and Reverse Geocoding

Attach location to customer records via geocoding and reverse geocoding, for both display purposes (e.g. social media check-in, and for identifying location for activities such as location based target marketing).

Geofencing

Geofence or identify when customers are within certain locations for location based messaging.

Data Enrichment

Enrich your business data by providing a link between different data assets. (e.g. Connect postcode or municipality name to company assets and visualize your data in a new way such as creating a variety of thematic maps).

Analysis

Analyze different datasets to measure and benchmark scenarios across different geographic areas. (e.g. Explore how an environmental impact may change the risk of exposure or how consumer expenditure in an area may affect the number of small office or home office businesses).

Applications

Real Estate

Real estate customers need to know more than just geographic points: they need to visualize the boundaries and see where Census polygons overlap with other boundaries. The US Census Boundary data set is a valuable complement to Neighborhood Boundaries, Residential Boundaries, and other datasets that enable property search and display.

Public Policy

Researchers and analysts use Census data to understand the changing distribution and characteristics of our people, places, and economy. Our Census Boundary data set enables analysts to easily layer boundary data over other datasets, such as Neighborhood Boundaries and School Boundaries, providing an important tool that contributes to successful planning and policymaking efforts.