Census Reports on Population Shifts 

75,000 have moved away from California. The U.S. Census Bureau has issued its latest population estimates.  According to the bureau’s numbers, Florida gained more than 365,000 and Texas…

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Treasury Department Estimates National Debt Near $34 Trillion

One legislator says federal spending is at a breaking point. The U.S. Census population clock shows the population of America to be nearly 336 million people. The Treasury Department…

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Most Populous States Submit Corrections to Census Bureau

Updates to 2020 census due to underreporting of college students, care facility residents, and more. The U.S. Census Bureau received updates to the 2020 census from California, Texas,…

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Census Bureau Reports Hunger Rates Rose as Pandemic Aid Ended

Household pulse survey shows a 22 percent increase over last June. The U.S. Census Bureau recently released data showing that hunger rates rose in the period after pandemic…

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Child Poverty Hit Record Low in 2021

Pandemic stimulus payouts and child tax credits contribute. New census data shows that child poverty in America has dropped by more than 80 percent since 1993 when it…

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Commerce Department Reports Trade Deficit Decline

Officials add 1.42 percentage points to GDP in second quarter.  The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis announced this week that America’s trade deficit…

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Census Bureau Launches New Business Survey

Seeks to measure changing business conditions. The U.S. Census Bureau announced the launch last week of the Business Trends and Outlook Survey (BTOS). This new experimental survey replaces…

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Administration Working to Revise Racial Classifications

Chief statistician initiating a formal review. The chief statistician of the federal government, Karin Orvis, published information on Wednesday regarding the formal review her office is initiating of…

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Illegal Population Now at 11.6 Million

Number up by 10 percent in two years.  Numbers released by the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that there has been a greater than…

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Robert Santos Sworn In as Census Bureau Director

Brings decades of experience to his role. On Thursday, Robert Santos was sworn in as the U.S. Census Bureau’s 26th director, becoming the first Latino to serve in…

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