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All the background material reporters need to write stories on major releases and events. Includes a wide range of resources such as archived webcasts, reports, ranking tables, translations, factsheets, press contacts, product release schedules, brochures, bios, and relevant segments from C-SPAN's "America by the Numbers."

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2008-2012 American Community Survey Statistics
The American Community Survey is an ongoing survey sampling about 3.5 million addresses per year to produce information collected in the decennial census.

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The Research Supplemental Poverty Measure: 2012
The nation's poverty rate was 16.0 percent in 2012, unchanged from 2011.

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2012 American Community Survey Single Year Estimates
Census Bureau's American Community Survey provides income, poverty, health insurance statistics for states and local areas.

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"Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage: 2012"
In 2012, household income and the poverty rate were not statistically different from 2011, while percentage without health insurance coverage decreased.

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American Housing Survey
Dozens of detailed tables on the characteristics of housing in 29 selected metro areas are now available.

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"National, State, and County Population Estimates"
The U.S. Census Bureau announced Asians were the nation's fastest-growing race or ethnic group in 2012.

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City and Town Population Estimates
Eight of the 15 fastest-growing large U.S. cities and towns for the year ending July 1, 2012 were in Texas.

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Voting Rates in the 2012 Presidential Election
Blacks voted at a higher rate than whites in 2012 election - a first, Census Bureau reports.

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2012 County/Metro Population Estimates
Numerous metropolitan areas, micropolitan areas, and counties among the fastest-growing last year were located in or near, the Great Plains and West Texas.

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American Community Survey Commuting Products
These commuting products, based on statistics from the American Community Survey, examine U.S. residents traveling across county and state lines to work.


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