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Synonyms for census

a periodic count of the population

conduct a census

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Pakistan followed the tradition and conducted censuses in both its wings in 1951 and 1961.
These definitions of Indians were applied in the federal censuses of 1850, 1860, and 1870 in determining the country's population.
Over the past few decades, public willingness to participate in decennial censuses, as measured by the percentage of households that mail back their questionnaires, has declined.
Shoemaker's analysis relies primarily on the 1900 manuscript United States census, and United States Census Bureau public use samples from the 1940 to 1980 United States censuses.
During each of the last four decennial censuses, Federal employment spiked between March and May of the census year, corresponding with hiring for the Nonresponse Followup portion of the census, which was conducted from April through July.
Simply providing additional funds to enable the Census Bureau to carry out the 2000 census using traditional methods, as it has in previous censuses, will not lead to improved coverage or data quality.
Simply providing additional funds to enable the Census Bureau to carry out the 2000 census using traditional methods as it has in previous censuses, will not lead to improved coverage or data quality.
Photocopies of the preceding 24 years' censuses are available from the AFS Library.
Censuses are the single best source of information about the U.