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Colorado Family and Adult Literacy Indicators

Census Data for the Year 2000

This report contains data from the 2000 United States Census about Population, English-Language Ability, Educational Attainment, Labor Force Participation, Poverty Status, and Public Assistance for the state of Colorado as whole, each county, and the six Congressional Districts that existed when the 2000 census was taken. Click on the county name or Congressional District in the list below to be taken to the 1-page Indicator Report for that area. For the entire report click on the last link. (Please be aware this report is 73 pages long.)

State of Colorado


Adams Denver Kit Carson Phillips
Alamosa Dolores La Plata Pitkin
Arapahoe Douglas Lake Prowers
Archuleta Eagle Larimer Pueblo
Baca El Paso Las Animas Rio Blanco
Bent Elbert Lincoln Rio Grande
Boulder Fremont Logan Routt
Broomfield* Garfield Mesa Saguache
Chaffee Gilpin Mineral San Juan
Cheyenne Grand Moffat San Miguel
Clear Creek Gunnison Montezuma Sedgwick
Conejos Hinsdale Montrose Summit
Costilla Huerfano Morgan Teller
Crowley Jackson Otero Washington
Custer Jefferson Ouray Weld
Delta Kiowa Park Yuma

Congressional Districts**(106th Congress)

Sources and Definitions

Colorado Family and Adult Literacy Indicators, Full Report (73 pages)

*In 2001, Broomfield city, CO, was first designated a county. Prior to the change, the city had been divided among three counties--Adams, Boulder, and Jefferson.

**Colorado only had six congressional districts at the time of Census 2000.

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