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The Outrageous, Republic-Distorting Census Error You've Heard Nothing About
Red states Texas and Florida should have gained one and two seats respectively, but did not.
Man Cheered for Telling 'Shocked' Boomer Grandparents He Won't Work Hard
"I'm not slaving away for an evil corporation that makes billions and gives me this comical salary," the mad said in a viral online post.
Americans Became Wealthier Under Donald Trump, Census Finds
New statistics show that Americans got richer and more multicultural between 2016 and 2020.
Blacks, Latinos, Native Americans Undercounted in 2020 Census, Bureau Says
A report from the Census Bureau says that, overall, the 2020 Census was more complete than expected given the challenges of completing it during the pandemic.
5 Years After Muslim Ban, MENA Americans Remain Hidden
It is time to have a Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) box on the U.S. Census.
Alleged Border Census Undercounting May See Texas Lose $247M in Medicaid
Populations at the U.S.-Mexico border "are particularly difficult to reach, especially Hispanic families living in isolated rural colonias," lawmakers wrote.
Parents Spent More Time With Kids Amid Pandemic But Stress Was High: Survey
The survey found that the percentage of meals parents shared with their kids increased from 84 percent to 85 percent from 2018 to 2020 for "reference parents."
U.S. Population in 2020 Marks Slowest Growth in 83 Years: Census
The COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S., contributed to a lower population increase in the delayed 2020 Census.
'Unique Circumstances' of 2020 Spurred U.S. Census Changes to Improve Trust
"Because of how the pandemic impacted census field operations, there also were many questions about quality," said Christine Hartley, a Census Bureau official.
Numbers Show Amount of People Who Moved in Last Year Plummeted
The Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement reported 8.4 percent of U.S. residents said they moved in the past year.
Missouri Town of About 600 is Closest to Middle of Nation, Census Says
Hartville, Missouri, is the closest town to the U.S. population center, according to the 2020 census.
Small Missouri Town to Not Be U.S. Population Center After 2020 Census
After every once-a-decade U.S. census, a new population center is decided. This year could show the smallest movement since the 1910s.
Senate Confirms Robert Santos, First Person of Color to Lead Census Bureau
Santos is a third-generation Mexican American statistician from San Antonio, Texas, and former president of the American Statistical Association.
Texas Leads U.S. in Uncounted From 2020 Census With 377K, Simulation Shows
The size of the Texas' simulated undercount could have repercussions, including missing out on $247 million in 2021 federal Medicaid reimbursements.
Where There's Smoke, There Might Be a Latino Undercount
A fire alarm is ringing, and elected officials need to hear it.
COVID Stimulus Payments Lowered Number of Americans Living in Poverty
Robert Greenstein, founder of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities said the numbers show government programs can work effectively to combat poverty.
2020 Census Data Not Impacted by Political Interference, Task Force Finds
American Statistical Association supports the 2020 Census count, despite fears of political agendas and pandemics causing irregularities
What Decisions Are Made Based on the Census?
From social security planning to redistricting, learn more about how this constitutionally mandated count impacts the running and shaping of our country.
5 to 6 Percent of U.S. Households Did Not Report Age, Race for 2020 Census
Census data helps guide the distribution of $1.5 trillion in annual federal spending and provides insight on how political district lines are drawn.
Delta Variant Spread Signals Spending Drop for U.S. in July
UPS shipped fewer packages in the U.S., eBay's number of active shoppers slipped 2 percent and Amazon's sales grew just 13 percent.
Delayed Census Data Shows U.S. White Population at Smallest Point on Record
The Census Bureau was forced to delay operations and extend the count's schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Live Updates: Census Bureau Announces Data from 2020 Census
Overall population growth in the U.S. slowed between 2010 and 2020, while the multiracial population was up 276%, according to 2020 Census Data.
Census Bureau Could Delay Redistricting Data by Another 6 Months
The Fair Lines America Foundations, a Republican advocacy group, sued the Census Bureau for information about how the count was conducted in group quarters.
How America Has Changed Since the First Census in 1790
From population booms to population declines, find out how the country has changed in the over 200 years since the census was created.
Estimated 216K People Left NYC Metro Amid COVID Pandemic, Data Shows
A new study from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that more than 200,000 residents of the New York metro area moved away in 2020, a phenomenon that occurred similarly in nearly major every city across the country.
Don't Panic About Slower Population Growth
Perpetual population growth is not a long-run solution in a finite world.
These States Will Gain, Lose Seats in Congress Because of the 2020 Census
Texas gained two votes in the House, while Colorado, Florida, Montana, North Carolina and Oregon will add one seat each.
35% in U.S. Could Lose Their Home Over Next Two Months, Census Report Says
U.S. Census Bureau data suggest that over 35 percent of American adults are "living in households not current on rent or mortgage where eviction or foreclosure in the next two months is either very likely or somewhat likely."
Supreme Court Allows Census to Be Stopped Early
Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote in her dissent that the decision would cause "irreparable" harm.
President Trump Seeks to Ensure Fair Representation for American Citizens
The president's executive order on illegal immigration and the Census is just.