Feb. 12, 2010

The Prisoner Dilemma

Should the Census count inmates in the areas where they are incarcerated or try to link them to their hometowns?

Religion Jan. 26, 2010

A Brief History of Religion and the U.S. Census

Public debate over the propriety, merit and feasibility of the Census Bureau asking questions about religion has waxed and waned over many decades with religious groups, civil liberty groups, social scientists and the Census Bureau’s own staff divided over the issue.

Jan. 26, 2010

Conducting the 2010 Census

Director of the U.S. Bureau of the Census Robert Groves discusses the operational flow of the 2010 Census, design features intended to increase participation, the bureau’s communications campaign, real-time monitoring/management, and evaluation of the quality of the census.

U.S. Politics Jan. 20, 2010

Most View Census Positively, But Some Have Doubts

Most Americans think the census is very important and say they will definitely participate, but there are partisan as well as racial and ethnic differences in opinions about the values of the census and in personal willingness to participate.