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Creative Industries: U.S. Congressional Districts
Current as of January 1, 2012
More Creative Industries Reports
These two-page reports contain a color map of the region and a table listing the number of businesses and employees by industry sub-categories. Click on your state below to download 2012 Creative Industries reports for your congressional district.
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The reports provided below are current as of January 1, 2012, and thus do not reflect any changes with regard to district representatives or redistricting which may have occurred as a result of the 2010 Census or the 2012 election. For districts that have changed considerably, please consider referring to county or state maps as a substitute.
All reports are in PDF format.
Things to Note:
- The Creative Industries research uses Dun & Bradstreet data to document the number of arts-related businesses and employees in any geographical region or political jurisdiction. We have found a uniform under-representation of nonprofit arts organizations in the Dun & Bradstreet database, and consequently, in our data. If you don't have a D&B number, then you are not represented in the data. Do you part to help advance the arts in America—SIGN UP AND BE COUNTED.
- If you come across mistakes such as seat changes or missing districts, please bring them to our attention. There are occasions when seats are vacated and we did not receive the updated information.
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