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Understanding the Census

Author : Michael R. Lavin
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Using Census Data Creatively Understanding the Census State and Local Government Finance Data

Author : Henry S. Wulf
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Understanding Census Data

Author : C. Michael Long
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Understanding Census Geography in the TIGER Data Base the Case of Puerto Rico

Author : Jonathan Sperling
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Critical to the effective utilization and appreciation of census statistics and the 1990 digital geographic data base called TIGER is an understanding of census geography. This paper aims to clarify the unique aspects of Puerto Rico's census geography and to identify changes in terminology as well as content for the 1990 census. The innovations and improvements in the Census Bureau's mapping, combined with the simplification of geographic terms in Puerto Rico, will make census data more accessible, meaningful, and useful to data users.

Census 2020

Author : Teresa A. Sullivan
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The decennial Census is the US Government's largest statistical undertaking, and it costs billions of dollars in planning, execution, and analysis. From a statistical viewpoint, it is critical because it is the only database that maps every inhabitant into a geographic location. By constitutional mandate, census data are the basis for reapportioning the House of Representatives and the Electoral College. The states use census data to redistrict their state legislatures and often to redraw boundaries for local elections. Census data inform the distribution of over $1.5 trillion in federal funding during the decade. This book details the fundamentals and significance of the 2020 Census for the non-specialist reader. It covers why the Census is the only statistical activity required by the US Constitution, the challenges of working towards an accurate and complete count, and what political ramifications flow from this process. Concise, timely, and comprehensible, this book provides helpful real-life examples while also offering an overview of the entwined statistical and political issues that surround the Census.

Understanding the United States Census

Author : United States. Bureau of the Census
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Census of Population and Housing 30 June 1986

Author : Australian Bureau of Statistics
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Understanding the Census Bureau s Upcoming Report on Poverty

Author : Arloc Sherman
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Understanding the 2002 Economic Census

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Understanding Census Data

Author : Mike Long
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Understanding Census Data

Author : C. Michael Long
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Understanding the 1970 Census

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The Role of Participant Observation Research in Understanding the Census Undercount

Author : Catherine Hines
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The Census Data System

Author : Philip Rees
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This definitive handbook uniquely documents the 2001 UK Census from both theoretical and practical perspectives. Collating a wide range of indicators, classification and analysis methods based on the Census, it includes an accompanying CD-ROM and refers throughout to an associated website providing the latest information. * Provides comprehensive coverage of value-added products for 1991 Census and preview of improved products for 2001 Census * Supported by a CD-ROM containing a full set of 1971-81-91 reaggreated Census data and a chapter-by-chapter guide to official and academic web resources * Brings together the latest information from some of the leading researchers who have used Census data in their work * Dedicated website will be regularly updated to provide the latest information

Socioeconomic Data for Understanding Your Regional Economy

Author : Joseph Cortright
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Provides the regional economic developer with an overview of the sources of data for measuring the health and structure of local economies. Includes evaluation of print material and web sites as well as agencies and organizations as sources for socio-economic data.

Understanding the Census 2005 Questionnaire

Author : National Population Commission
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One Country at a Time

Author : Douglas Probyl
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Understanding Family Data

Author : Mike Stratton
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Virginians Guide to the 1990 Census

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Census of Population and Housing 30 June 1986 Census 86 Understanding Family Data

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