Bureau of the Census

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Synonyms for Bureau of the Census

the bureau of the Commerce Department responsible for taking the census

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Bureau of the Census, Measuring America: The Decennial
The Department of Commerce's Bureau of the Census reports the number of residences in the U.S.
US Bureau of the Census, Curr Pop Rpt, Series P23-206.
Bureau of the Census, Annual estimates of the population by sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin for the United States: April 1, 2000, to July 1, 2003 (NC-EST2003-03), 2004, <http://www.census.
It is derived from information collected by the Bureau of the Census, most of which is on the Bureau's publicly accessible website.
Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. Current Population Survey.
Bureau of the Census (2000) indicated that women, as a group, earn only 72% of the amount earned by their male counterparts.
To ensure the completeness and accuracy of the 2000 census data, Bureau of the Census analysts were to identify, investigate, and document suspected data discrepancies or issues to clear census data files and products for subsequent processing or public release.
Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census: www.census.gov/svsd/www/ advtable.html.
Population 1900 13.6 1910 14.7 1920 13.2 1930 11.6 1940 8.8 1950 6.9 1960 5.4 1970 4.7 1980 6.2 1990 8.0 2000 10.4 SOURCE: BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, U.S.
According to the latest figures from the US Bureau of the Census, 1.038m American people consider themselves to have Welsh ancestry - compared with 22.7m who claim to have Irish roots.
The estimates are derived by the Bureau of the Census from the March 2001 Current Population Survey, the 1990 census and the 2000 per capita income estimates from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, to characterize community demographics.
Bureau of the Census, total retail sales including restaurants and foodservice outlets reached $3.4 trillion in 2000, up 7.6% from 1999's $3.2 trillion.
Department of Commerce and the Bureau of the Census. Historical ready-to-assemble furniture data was obtained from the Census of Manufacturers, produced by the Bureau of the Census.
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