Monthly Archives: May 2011

Data Visualization: US Center of Population

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Tweet Each decade, after it tabulates the decennial census, the Census Bureau calculates the center of population. The center is determined as the place where an imaginary, flat, weightless and rigid map of the United States would balance perfectly if … Continue reading

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“DELAYER BOOM” NOT “BABY BOOM”

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Tweet Written by: Kristy Krivickas, Census Bureau Demographer, HHES Ever notice those college-educated 30–something women with infant strollers and believe that a new baby boom is under way? The Census Bureau today reported that what you have been seeing over … Continue reading

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Census Bureau Releases Most Detailed Data Yet From the 2010 Census

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Tweet The U.S. Census Bureau has begun releasing the Profile of General Population and Housing Characteristics for the first set of states. These demographic profiles provide the most detailed data yet from the 2010 Census, including information on age and … Continue reading

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