Category Archives: Doubled-up Households

Foreclosures And Vacant Housing Units Affect The Census

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Written by: Director Robert Groves As too many Americans are well aware, the nation’s current economic climate has resulted in thousands of home foreclosures, leaving many housing units vacant. So how does this impact the census? For one, we still … Continue reading

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Dealing With a Dynamic Population

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Written by: Director Robert Groves Last week, I met with local officials and toured the damaged areas of Galveston, Texas, some 13 months after Hurricane Ike. Many of us remember the scene from the Bolivar Peninsula, with only a few … Continue reading

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Including Everybody in Doubled-up Households

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Written by: Director Robert Groves We just had meetings of two of our advisory committees at our Suitland headquarters. The members come from all parts of the country and bring with them different perspectives on key issues facing the Census … Continue reading

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