U.S. Census Questionnaires Provide Unique Challenges For The Disabled, But Don't Ask About Specific DisabilitiesNearly 5% of Americans are visually impaired. Another 6% are considered deaf or hard of hearing. And over 50 million more Americans are living with other disabilities. They’re all part of a community the U.S. Census Bureau considers hard to count.
Booming Indiana Town Hoping For Accurate Census Count Amid COVID-19 ShutdownDespite data that shows people are moving out of Lake County, Indiana, sleepy St. John saw its population triple between 2005 and 2017, according to its comprehensive plan.
As Census Day Arrives, State And Local Officials Worry Some Communities Will Be Under-CountedThe COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting the Census count, and officials already have pushed back the response deadline by two weeks to Aug. 14.
With Most College Students Home From School During Coronavirus Outbreak, How Should They Fill Out Census Forms?Another unintended consequence of the coronavirus pandemic is that college towns could take a financial hit for the next decade, because the 2020 Census is underway.
You Paid For It: U.S. Census Could Be Making Some Of The Taxpayer Dollars It Spends Back, But It's Never TriedTens of billions of taxpayer dollars have been used to conduct the U.S. Census – and there is a way the federal government could make some of that money back.
The 2020 Census: A Timeline And Key DatesThis early February, signs for the 2020 Census blanketed Chicago’s City Hall and PSAs were popping up nationwide.
Census Bureau Hiring Thousands Of Workers; Jobs To Pay Nearly $30 An Hour In The Chicago AreaLooking for work? How about a job that will pay close to $30 an hour? No experience needed.
Can The Census Bureau Ask The State About Your Citizenship Status?"I understand the logic of why we would be the agency they would come to, but we guard people's privacy. We take that very seriously."
Census: Chicago's Population Drops Third Year In A RowU.S. Census Bureau says Chicago's population has decreased for the third consecutive year.
Census Bureau: Chicago Area Population Grew Very Slightly In 2013The Chicago metro area had a growth of only 0.2 percent in 2013, with the fastest growing counties being Kendall and DuPage; and Porter County in Indiana.
Census Data: Chicago Slowest Growing Big City In U.S.Chicago gained nearly 10,000 people from July 2011 to July 2012, but was the slowest-growing major city in the country according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates released Thursday.
Toronto Stakes Claim To 4th Largest City In North America, Passing ChicagoThe City of Toronto was doing a little chest thumping Wednesday morning at the expense of Chicago, after surpassing the Windy City as the fourth largest city in North America.
Mayor Wants Review Of Chicago Census CountMayor Rahm Emanuel has requested that the U. S. Census Bureau review Chicago’s findings that challenge the 2010 Census count.
Big Jump In lllinois Same-Sex Couples Reporting Status To CensusThe number of Illinoisans telling the U.S. Census Bureau they’re part of a same-sex couple has jumped significantly.