Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Age and Disability Paradox

Written by: Matthew Brault This week, the Census Bureau released the report “Americans with Disabilities: 2010,” which showed that 18.7 percent of the population has a disability. While this percentage remained unchanged from 2005 to 2010, the number of disabled … Continue reading

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PARDON OUR DUST – Census.gov Transformation

Written by: Stephen Buckner You may have noticed that census.gov has been undergoing some modest changes since December.  Based on customer research and feedback we collected and analyzed over time, we heard loud and clear that both search and navigation … Continue reading

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Decoding State-County Census Tracts versus Tribal Census Tracts

Written by: Katy Rossiter The U.S. Census Bureau offers thousands of statistics at hundreds of geographic levels.   Census Bureau geographies help us organize all of this information.  One of the most popular levels of geography used in statistical analysis is … Continue reading

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FactFinder is More than Just a Website

Written By: Jeff Sisson Some devoted Census Bureau data users have recently posted concerns about American FactFinder and its cost. We’ve had a lot of this feedback since it launched late last year and many improvements based on that customer … Continue reading

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