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An Overview of Addressing Nonresponse Bias in the American Community Survey During the COVID-19 Pandemic Using Administrative Data

November 30, 2021
Written by: Jonathan Rothbaum: research economist, Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division Jonathan Eggleston: senior economist, Center for Economic Studies Adam Bee: economist, Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division Mark Klee: chief, Labor Force Statistics Branch, Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division Brian Mendez-Smith: survey statistician, Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division

In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted data collection for the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS) — one of the nation’s most comprehensive sources of population and housing information about the United States. We described the disruptions and how we adapted in the recent blogs Adapting the American Community Survey Amid COVID-19 and Collecting American Community Survey Data From Group Quarters Amid the Pandemic.

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