Women’s Equality Day: August 26, 2021
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.
Datos para la redistribución legislativa: qué esperar y cuándo
Hemos tenido varios equipos trabajando arduamente en el próximo conjunto de datos del Censo 2020 : los datos de redistritación.
Redistricting Data: What to Expect and When
Since releasing the apportionment results in April, we’ve had several teams working hard on the next set of 2020 Census data — the redistricting data.
Older Americans Month: May 2021
The 2019 American Community Survey estimated there were 54,074,028 people aged 65 and over in the U.S. out of a total population of 328,239,523 or 16.5%.
2020 Presidential Election Voting & Registration Tables Now Available
The 2020 presidential election had the highest voter turnout of the 21st century, with 66.8% of citizens 18 years and older voting in the election.
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month: May 2021
A host of statistical information on the Asian and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander population groups.
Washington, D.C. 150th Government Anniversary (1871): February 21, 2021
The City of Washington was founded in 1791 to be the national capital. In 1871, President Grant signed into law the first single municipal government for D.C.
Census Bureau Statement on American Community Survey Data
The Census Bureau will reengage with the DOJ to confirm that CVAP data produced by the ACS continue to meet its statistical needs.
*Special Edition* Inauguration Day: January 20, 2021
The 59th inauguration is Jan. 20th in Washington, DC. The 46th president will take the oath of office. The 1st inauguration was April 30, 1789 in New York City.