About this Blog

About Random Samplings

The U.S. Census Bureau is the leading source of data about the population and economy of the United States. While the Census Bureau is best known for conducting a national headcount once every 10 years, the agency is continually conducting surveys that provide data about a variety of social and economic conditions.

Experts from around the Census Bureau will use Random Samplings to describe the objectives of their work and explain census and survey results. We hope this blog will increase awareness and use of the valuable data collected by the Census Bureau, and make this data more accessible to all users.

One Response to About this Blog

  1. Suvendrini Christopher-Schuhmann says:


    I can find not direct reference to a census record of Americans with Sri Lankan ancestry and am enquirying as to whether such a record exists for the 2000 and 2010 census.

    Thank you,
    Suvendrini Christopher, LPC

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