Category Archives: Internet Surveys

Personal Lessons From The 2010 Census

Written by: Director Robert Groves I’m finding myself looking back over the experience of the 2010 Census and drawing some lessons learned. If we’re smart as an organization, we’ll build the 2020 Census planning effort with these in mind. Here … Continue reading

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Making Data Collection More Relevant to Modern Life: Make Way For The Internet!

Written by: Director Robert Groves One of the key attributes of statistical information from the Census Bureau is that it should serve the widest audience possible, that it is relevant to their needs. The challenge in today’s United States is … Continue reading

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