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The Census Bureau

- The Census Bureau This paper will identify what I learned from the following two websites identified as the following: www.claritas.com and www.census.gov. The following questions are posed and will be answered in this paper. 1) What did you find that surprised you. 2) How are they different. 3) How are they the same. 4) How might these two market research sources help a company develop a marketing mix. 5) What might each of the 2 sources tell you about consumer behavior in your area....   [tags: Census Bureau Business Marketing Essays]

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Genealogy and The United States Census

- Research paper Ever wonder how far back your family history goes. Do you have any idea where to start looking or what information may be needed to properly find family information. Do you have any clue as to what records would have information. The study of family history better known is Genealogy, is a common hobby of many around the world. Everyone’s genealogy is different. Some family roots can be traced farther back then others, maybe be some more times consuming. Researching your family roots can be done on many sites like Ancestry.com, FamilySearch.org, and MyHeriage.com....   [tags: family history, US Census Bureau]

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The Us Census Bureau Provides Us With Astonishing Findings

- The US Census Bureau provides us with astonishing findings. In 2014 about 20.25 million children in the United States lived with one parent, approximately 17.4 million of them were mother only households. Do these single-parent homes not validate the group of individuals as a family. The bigger threat to the future of family, is the lack of responsible parents. Yes the dream might be to first marry, bear children, watch them grow and be one big happy family, but that is not what reality presents to us....   [tags: Marriage, Same-sex marriage, United States]

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Census Bureau

- Census Bureau The demographics of the census can tell a story of its own. By manipulating the data and comparing the different disbursements of race, age, and ethnicity, we can begin to see a history manifest in the living arrangements of our society today. For example, in reference to the census map titled “Black, Portland—Vancouver, OR—WA by Census Tract,” we find a high concentration of black members living in the northeast community. Cross-referencing our findings with the material discussed in class regarding Portland’s policies toward blacks historically, we can examine the matter with a scientific approach....   [tags: Papers]

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The Classification Of Hispanic And How Ineffective It 's Become Through The Census Bureau Using Data And Research

- The way in which Hispanics have been classified has become too vague and many times perplexing. Hispanics can range from having fair skin, light eyes, and straight hair to dark skin, dark eyes, and coarse curly hair, and anywhere in between. Because Hispanics are diverse in their physical traits, Hispanics are difficult to taxonomize. This paper discusses the beginnings of the classification of Hispanics and how ineffective it’s become through the Census Bureau using data and research from the Pew Research Center and the United States Census Bureau....   [tags: United States, Spanish language, Mexican American]

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The American Middle Class

- Increasingly, it seems like everywhere we turn, more and more people, from the politicians to the economists, from Wall Street to Main Street, everyone is talking about the American middle class and the problems they face. Pew Research Center, an American think tank based in Washington D.C. that uses statistics and public survey to establish the social and political trends that shape America and the world, found in their 2008 survey that more than fifty percent of Americans see themselves as middle class and four out of ten people who earn below $20,000 per year considered themselves to be middle class (“Inside the Middle Class.”) But exactly what is the middle class....   [tags: Census, Bureau, cluster]

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Health Justice Network

- According to the Census Bureau (2000), the Asian Americans and Pacific Islander (APPI) population is among the fastest growing population in the United States. The Institute of Medicine (Ulmer, McFadden, & Nerenz, 2009) along with the U.S. Census Bureau (2000) described that Asian American is someone who identifies him/herself as having origins in any of the original countries of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent. In addition, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander is someone who identifies his/her origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands, including the people who identify as Chamorro, Tahitian, Mariana Islander, or Chu...   [tags: Statistics, Census Bureau, Population]

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The Change Of Divorce Rate

- There are two primary but opposite opinions regarding the change of divorce rate in the U.S. Since 1980, while vital statistics showed that divorce rate declined by about 20%, some studies found a substantial continuity in marital instability. In order to identify which opinion is correct, the authors aimed to 1) evaluate both vital statistics and retrospective surveys (the Current Population Survey (CPS), the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP), the American Community Survey (ACS)) that are previously used to measure divorce rate, and 2) to explore the “real trends” in marital instability in the U.S....   [tags: Marriage, Divorce, United States Census Bureau]

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To Count or Not to Count

- To count or not to count. Summary The main purpose of the census is to provide data for reapportionment, the redistribution of the 435 seats of Congress among the 50 states, every ten years. Due to the Apportionment Act of 1929, there is a permanent method of distributing the constant 435 seats in the House of Representatives based on population. To be fair, each state receives one seat, but the remaining 385 is based on the census. The census, however, is not an accurate compilation of data as this counts both Americans overseas and non-citizens....   [tags: Census]

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A Survey On Poverty By The Census

- The most recent survey on poverty by the census was done in 2013. From this data it was discovered that homes maintained by woman with no husband made the lowest income, Asian households had the highest median income at $67,065 and the lowest median income we held by African Americans at $34,598 this survey was done by looking at white/ white not Hispanic, African Americans, Asians and Hispanics in the United States. In 2013 the poverty rate for children was higher than that of people between the ages of 18 and 64 and people over the age of 65 making about 1 in every 5 children under the age of 6 in poverty (DeNavas-Walt & Proctor, 2014)....   [tags: Working class, Social class, Poverty]

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