April 22, 2014

Census Bureau Considers Whether to Delete Some Questions

The Census Bureau is rethinking the questions on its largest household survey 0f Americans, with the intent of weighing the usefulness and quality of the data it obtains against the difficulty of obtaining it. Those questions that do not pass the test would be dropped or changed. The agency is starting with four topics on the American Community Survey that it get the most complaints about. Read more at FactTank.

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