Two Census 2010 Blogs

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Robert Groves, U.S. Census Bureau Director and former director of the Survey Research Center at ISR, started a blog in October: “My idea is to use this blog to let you know my thoughts about how the country is doing as we approach this “national ceremony” that occurs every 10 years – the decennial census.” It can be read here.

The Pew Research Center has started a website called All Things Census: Methods, Findings, Resources. From their “About” statement: “All Things Census is a gathering place for postings about census methods, findings and resources. As the 2010 Census revs up its engine, this site will look at how the machinery is running. When the data come out, starting late this year, it will feature reports on what the numbers say and mean.”

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