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Hi @prravich - that is correct. The US Census 2010 datasets are built upon the 2010 census data - as the name implies - the only thing that changes with each update is the geographies for which that data can be divided by. The Experian US dataset that comes as part of our US Core Data bundle has a "Current Year Estimates" tab under Basic Variables and a Total Population variable is in there. According to the Experian US data - as of the Q3 2017 release - the US estimated population is 325,227,741.
@anishbhola can you describe what you mean regarding using with CASS, etc.?
The census data (whatever vintage and source) is organized by areas (1 record for each county, zip, census block group, etc.).
If you have separately a list of addresses, and have run them through CASS / US geocoder, you can then match to the census data on elements such as ZIP 5 or (from the geocoder output) censusid --> block group.
Happy to lend a hand if I understand better your situation.
The datasets and tools that are referred to in the thread (CASS, US Geocoder, Experian Data, etc) are not a part of the free census data download. These are a part of the US Data bundle which is a paid add on for Alteryx. If you are interested in these tools and datasets then you should reach out to your sales rep. If you already subscribe to the US Data bundle then you can download them from the licensing portal - licenses.alteryx.com.