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La mayoría de los estadounidenses habla solamente inglés en la casa
Más de tres cuartos de la población de 5 años o más hablaban solo inglés en la casa, según las estimaciones de 5 años de la Encuesta sobre la Comunidad Estadoun

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Most Americans Speak Only English at Home or Speak English “Very Well”
Over three-quarters (78.3%) of the nation age 5 and older spoke only English at home, according to newly released 2018-2022 ACS, 5-Year Estimates.

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Native American Heritage Day: November 24, 2023
The estimated American Indian and Alaska Native alone population was 4.3M and the alone or in combination population 7.1M on July 1, 2022.

Se proyecta que la población de EE. UU. comience a disminuir en la segunda mitad del siglo
Se proyecta que la población de los EE. UU. llegue a casi 370 millones en el 2080, antes de reducirse a 366 millones en el 2100.

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U.S. Population Projected to Begin Declining in Second Half of Century
The U.S. population is projected to reach a high of nearly 370 million in 2080 before edging downward to 366 million in 2100.

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National STEM Day: November 8, 2023
The American Community Survey estimates 10.8M Americans 16+ were employed in STEM occupations in 2021, 26.7% were women who earned 84.1% as much as men.

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National Family Caregivers Month: November 2023
In 2022, there were 764,521 U.S. personal care aides, 391,950 child care workers and 261,817 home health aides, according to the American Community Survey.

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New Data on Minority-Owned, Veteran-Owned and Women-Owned Businesses
According to the 2022 Annual Business Survey (ABS), which covers reference year 2021, there were approximately 5.9 million employer firms in total.

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Veterans Day 2023: November 11
Veterans Day originated as "Armistice Day" on Nov. 11, 1919, the first anniversary marking the end of World War I.

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CONFIRMED DATE: Embargo of New Population Projections for the Nation
The U.S. Census Bureau will offer a two-day embargo period to allow media members access to the 2023 National Population Projections.

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La Oficina del Censo lanza nuevas proyecciones de población
La Oficina del Censo de EE. UU. ofrecerá un período de dos días para que los miembros de los medios accedan a las Proyecciones de población para 2023.

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New Data on Field of Degree by Earnings Now Available
A new Earnings by Field of Degree table package providing detailed data on field of bachelor’s degree and median earnings

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National Manufacturing Day: October 6, 2023
The U.S. Census Bureau joins a group of public and private organizations in celebrating the importance of the manufacturing sector of the nation’s economy.

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Global Diversity Awareness Month: October 2023
Diversity is all the ways in which we differ: race, ethnicity, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, parental status, educational background, etc.

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National Disability Employment Awareness Month: October 2023
The American Community Survey estimated that 9.8M noninstitutionalized civilians with a disability in the U.S. were employed and 1.0M were unemployed in 2022.

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National Seafood Month: October 2023
The County Business Patterns counted 10,894 establishments, $4.94B annual payroll, and 94,456 employees in U.S. fishing, seafood and marina industries in 2021.

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Census Bureau Provides Interactive Map of Homeownership Data From the 2020 Census
The U.S. Census Bureau released an interactive map illustrating 2020 Census data about homeownership by the age, race and ethnicity of the householder.

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Census Bureau Releases 2020 Census Data for Nearly 1,500 Detailed Race and Ethnicity Groups, Tribes and Villages
2020 Census population counts and sex-by-age statistics for 300 detailed race and ethnic groups as well as 1,187 detailed AIAN tribes and villages.

Random Samplings Blog
Data Quality and the Detailed DHC File A
Today the Census Bureau released new statistics about our nation’s communities, providing population counts and sex-by-age statistics.

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Datos del Censo del 2020 sobre grupos raciales y étnicos detallados
El Censo del 2020 muestra conteos de población y estadísticas por sexo y edad de grupos raciales y étnicos, y de tribus y aldeas detallados.

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Health Insurance Coverage Increased in Over Half of U.S. States in 2022
Twenty-seven states had a higher percentage of people with health insurance coverage in 2022 than in 2021 according to ACS 1-year estimates released today .

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La cobertura de seguro médico aumentó en más de la mitad de los estados en el 2022
Según las estimaciones de un año de la ACS que publicó hoy la Oficina del Censo de los EE.

Random Samplings Blog
What You Should Know About the Upcoming Detailed DHC File A
The upcoming 2020 Census Detailed DHC-A greatly expands what we know about the racial and ethnic composition of the U.S. population.

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Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage in the U.S.: 2022
The U.S. Census Bureau announced today that real median household income in 2022 fell in comparison to 2021.

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Ingresos, pobreza y cobertura de seguro de salud en los Estados Unidos
La Oficina del Censo de los EE. UU. publica las estadísticas del 2022 sobre ingresos, pobreza y seguro médico.

Research Matters Blog
Using Administrative Data to Evaluate Nonresponse Bias - CPS ASEC
In the annual income report, Income in the United States: 2022, the U.S. Census Bureau tabulates the national income distribution using survey responses.

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National Staffing Employee Week: September 11-17, 2023
The 2021 County Business Patterns program counted 58,072 employment services establishments with a total of 7,090,847 paid employees and a $417B annual payroll.

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National Grandparents Day: September 10, 2023
In 2021, there were an estimated 6.7 million grandparents living with a grandchild under 18, 2.1 million of whom were responsible for most of their basic care.

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Brazil Independence Day (1822): September 7, 2023
The U.S. Census Bureau estimates the July 1, 2023, population of Brazil at 218.7M (7th most populous) and the U.S. at 335.0M (3rd).

Random Samplings Blog
Difference Between the Supplemental and Official Poverty Measures
There has been continued debate about the best way to measure poverty in the U.S. since the first official U.S. poverty statistics were published.

Random Samplings Blog
Exploring the Racial and Ethnic Diversity of Various Age Groups
The 2020 Census showed that while the population under 5 years was the nation’s most racially and ethnically diverse age group, variation existed among states.

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Webinar on Release of 2020 Census Detailed DHC File A
The U.S. Census Bureau will hold a prerelease webinar Sept. 13 to discuss the 2020 Census Detailed DHC-A to be released to the public on Sept. 21.

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Women’s Equality Day: August 26, 2023
According to the Current Population Survey, 2020 voter turnout was 68.4% for women and 65.0% for men. About 9.7 million more women than men voted.

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National Aviation Day: August 19, 2023
The Quarterly Service Survey estimated U.S. total revenue for air transportation was $271.3B in 2022, up from $181.1B in 2012. Q1 2023 was $71.1B.

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Census Bureau Announces Release Date for 2020 Census Data Product on Race and Ethnicity
Provides population counts and sex-by-age statistics for approx. 1,500 detailed race and ethnic groups and detailed AIAN tribes and villages.

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Hispanic Heritage Month: 2023
September 1968: Congress authorized President Lyndon B. Johnson to proclaim National Hispanic Heritage Week.

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