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According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Illinois has lost more people than any other state during the course of the year.

Thousands of census workers, including many temporary employees, are fanning out across America to gather information on the citizenry. This is a process that takes place not only every decade in order to complete the constitutionally-mandated census; but also as part of the continuing “American Community Survey” conducted by the Census Bureau on a regular […]

From March 1 through August 2010, some 630,000 census takers will fan out across the nation visiting households that failed to respond to the 2010 Census questionnaire. Unfortunately, along with the legitimate census takers employed by the U.S. Census Bureau, many scumbags posing as census takers will fan out across the nation trying to steal […]

Black Americans have historically been undercounted by the U.S. Census, and as a result our communities have missed out on federal funding and other resources that were sorely needed. This year, do your part to make sure that your neighborhood is accurately counted by filling out and returning your Census form. If you haven’t done […]

There were 784,764 U.S. residents who described their race as white and black in the last census. But that number didn’t include Laura Martin, whose father is black and mother is white. “I’ve always just checked black on my form,” said Martin, a 29-year-old university employee in Las Vegas. She grew up surrounded by black family […]

No Matter Who You Are, Personal Information is Safe and Confidential When it Comes to the Census March 4, 2010 (HOUSTON) – With U.S. Census questionnaires set to begin arriving in mailboxes in just two weeks, Harris County is taking strides to protect its residents’ privacy and ensure they know exactly what to expect as […]

The Census Bureau says it has included "Negro" as a way for individuals to classify their race in the 2010 Census because some older African-Americans wrote it on their forms in 2000.