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The U.S. Census Bureau will hold an audio news conference to release four migration-related data products. Statistics from the Current Population Survey and American Community Survey examine topics including the likelihood of people moving and how this rate has changed over time, the reasons people move, how common it is for people to live in their state of birth, and the most common sets of state-to-state moves.
The news conference will consist of a simultaneous audio conference and online presentation. Information on accessing the online presentation is provided below. Reporters will be able to ask questions once the presentation is complete. We suggest reporters log in and call in early.
Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011; 10 a.m. (EST)
Alison Fields, chief, Journey-to-Work & Migration Statistics Branch, U.S. Census Bureau
William H. Frey, senior fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program, Brookings Institution
Audio conference ― access information
Toll free number: 888-989-7686
Note: Stay on the line until operator asks for the passcode. Do not key in passcode.
Online presentation ― access information
Please login early, as some setup is required.
Conference/meeting number: PW8836688
Conference/meeting passcode: CENSUS
If closed captioning required: http://livewrite.nccsite.com/view/cb1115