May 13, 2014

A Difficult Question: How Many Same-Sex Married Couples?

The Census Bureau, acknowledging serious problems with its counts of same-sex married couples, is trying new questions on its surveys in an attempt to produce more accurate data. The bureau says its counts of this group are artificially high, mainly because of a seemingly simple error on some census questionnaires. Read more at FactTank.

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