In about a month, the US Census Bureau will be releasing the 2010 Census data to states so that they can begin the process of redistricting for the House of Representatives, as well as state legislatures that use those boundaries for election districts. This process happens every ten years, and is a vital part of
May 1, 2010 is the day that US Census takers will be fanning out across the country to go door-to-door and try to count households that did not respond via the Census form.
The tiny town of Noorvik, Alaska gets the honor of being the first town visited by Census enumerators, and the Head of the Census Bureau, Dr. Robert Groves, travelled to Noorvik to officially kick off the Census yesterday. Most of us here in the US will get Census forms in the mail in March, with
Wow, another 10 years gone by, and with the first Monday of the new year upon us, the US Census Bureau has swung into gear to get the 2010 Census rolling. The 2010 Census website is up and running, with all kinds of information on the Census and important dates throughout the year. The Census