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The problems of accuracy and access to viable data have long impacted American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Small sample sizes make it difficult to capture accurate data, and the same small sample sizes make sharing data even more tenuous for fear of violating confidentiality. Frequently data available to tribes is significantly outdated, requiring them to use data sets that may not reflect the reality within their community. And, all too often, American Indians and Alaska Natives are not a distinct group captured within larger data sets. Without access to timely and accurate data, communities are unable to capture their true needs, thereby inhibiting effective community-based planning and improvement of outcomes.

Below are links to a subset of Federal data that includes AIANs:

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Last Updated: 02/06/2024
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