A local newspaper in Hagerstown, Maryland, published a surprising article that suggests the U.S. Census Bureau may be diverting funds from important surveys like the American Community Survey (ACS) in order to provide ongoing funding for activities supporting the 2020 Census, because Congress flat-lined FY 2018 decennial census funding that expires today. 34 more words
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Quick Takes on American Community Survey Economic Characteristics Data for 2006 and 2016: NYC Vs. The U.S.
Rather than repeating a detailed analysis of American Community Survey data, after doing one last year, I’m just making some quick observations on data for New York City and the U.S. 2,355 more words
Today’s question: What US congressional districts have the highest share of households with a severe housing cost burden? By “severe housing cost burden” I’m using the 50 percent-plus share of household income spent on monthly ownership or rental costs. 300 more words
Quick Takes on American Community Survey Social Characteristics Data for 2006 and 2016: NYC Vs. The U.S.
Last year I wrote a long post, with many charts, and some follow-ups based on American Community survey released at the time.
I compared the 2015 data with 2005, a similar economic year. 3,306 more words
Really big! Over 49.9 million people have been surveyed in the American Community Survey over the past ten years, 2007-2016.
The American Community Survey (ACS) collected by the US Census Bureau is the replacement for the “long form census” conducted on April 1st of years ending in “0”. 472 more words