A census block is the smallest unit of geography used by the U.S. Census. The average inhabited census block includes 38 eligible voters, 25 voters who participated in the 2020 general election, and 9 voters who cast ballots in the typical local election.
This table includes records for each of the 8.2 million blocks defined using the 2020 Census.
Note on census blocks
For the rest of 2022, we will be providing two versions of all tables that reference census blocks: one using blocks from the 2010 census, and another using blocks from the 2020 census. Beginning in 2023, we will shift to only rely on blocks from the 2020 census.
block fips 2020
A 15-digit code, maintained by the U.S. Census, representing the smallest level of Census geography: the census block.
The state a given census block sits within.
The county a given census block sits within.
If a census block is within an incorporated place recognized by the U.S. Census, this field includes that place’s 7-digit FIPS code.
If a census block is within an incorporated place recognized by the U.S. Census, this field includes that place’s name.