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Dynamics of Poverty Report Now Available
The U.S. Census Bureau released a new report on poverty statistics from the 2018-2020 Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP).


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New Survey of Income and Program Participation Available
The U.S. Census Bureau today released data from the 2021 Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP).


Unanticipated Benefits of Compensating Survey Respondents
This blog summarizes and discusses findings on how earnings nonresponse compared across groups.


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Census Bureau Releases New Occupations, Earnings and Job Characteristics Report
A new report that highlights the features of U.S. workers and their employment conditions.


Stats for Stories
Father’s Day: June 19, 2022
Over one in four men — 34.3 million — have a biological child who is under 18. Four out of five of these fathers live with some of those children (79.8%).


Stats for Stories
National Siblings Day: April 10, 2022
In 2021, most of America’s children under 18 lived with siblings: 28.2M with one, 17.9M with two, 7.2M with three, 2.5M with four, and 1.7M with five or more.


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Census Bureau Releases State-Level Wealth and Asset Ownership Data Tables
The 2019 Wealth and Asset Ownership Detailed Tables highlight state-level data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP).


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Income Sources of Older Households
A new report that examines older householders’ sources of income, the amounts of this income, and how much each source of income contributes to total income.


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Census Bureau Releases New Report on Living Arrangements of Children
According to a new report released today by the U.S. Census Bureau, the majority (70.1%) of the nation’s children under age 18 lived with two parents.

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