Tag Archives: American Community Survey

Two Views of the Changes in Health Insurance Rates From 2008 to 2015

Written by: Jennifer Cheeseman Day and Edward Berchick Today, the U.S. Census Bureau is releasing a tool to look at the history of health insurance coverage in the United States: an animated map showing changes in uninsured rates by state, … Continue reading

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Grandparents and Grandchildren

In Honor of Grandparents Day, a Look at a Collection of Statistics about Grandparents Who Live With Their Grandchildren Statistics from the American Community Survey provide information on grandparents living with their grandchildren, including those who have primary care of … Continue reading

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Health Insurance Coverage Measurement in Two Surveys

By Marina Vornovitsky, Social, Economic and Housing Statistics Division Next week, the U.S. Census Bureau is releasing two important sources for health insurance statistics in the United States: the Annual Social and Economic Supplement to the Current Population Survey and … Continue reading

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Working in America: New Tables Detail Demographics of Work Experience

By: Braedyn Kromer and David Howard More than seven in 10 people of traditional working age (16 to 64 years old) worked in 2014; for people 65 and over, at least one in five had worked in the past 12 … Continue reading

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Continuously Improving the Health Insurance Coverage Estimates from the Current Population Survey

By Jennifer Cheeseman Day In an ever-changing world, we must constantly work to enhance our ways of measurement. This year, the U.S. Census Bureau implemented a new set of questions in the Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement … Continue reading

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