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|Future Updates||Included for 12 months||Included for 12 months|
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|Price & Ordering||$500 / Year||$1000 / Year|
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|Coverage Area %|
|Rep. First Name|
|Rep. Last Name|
|Minor & Adult Pop.|
|Adult Pop. by Race|
Official U.S. Postal Service five digit ZIP Code
2-digit Congressional District number. Notes: ‘98’ is used for U.S. territories such as Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands which have congressional delegates, but not true representatives. Also, if there is only one district for a state (due to low population, such as Alaska), the district ‘99’ will be used.
Primary City for this ZIP Code
Primary county for this ZIP Code.
Official U.S. Postal Service State Abbreviation
Rank given to ZIPs with more than one district (primary, secondary, etc)
Estimated District coverage percentage (some ZIP Codes span more than one district).
Representative's first name may include middle initials.
Representative's last name may include a suffix such as ‘Jr.’.
Representative's nick name, if applicable.
Contains ‘Y’ if the seat is currently vacant, otherwise ‘N’.
Population percentage of a ZIP Code within a district.
Total population of a ZIP Code within a district.
Population per square mile of a ZIP Code within a district.
Total Housing Units plus breakdown of Occupied, Vacant and Percentage of Vacant Housing Units.
Racial Breakdowns: White, Black, Indian, Asian, Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Other Race, White/Non-Hispanic, Hispanic, and Multi-Race.
Total population under age 18 and total population 18 and older
Total Over 18 broken down by the racial breakdowns above