Members of Congress, and ordinary Americans, often wonder why the Census Bureau asks all those questions in the Americ
Major American business groups joined forces on April 13 in support of the American Community Survey (ACS), the Ce
The Census Project, the Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Oklahoma Department of Commerce recently helped to compile some examples of the importance of the American Community Survey (ACS)
Census Gets Short Shrift from FY15 Federal Budget: End-of-year appropriations legislation leaves Census 2020 in jeopardy
The 2020 Census seems far in the future, but funding decisions being made this week could imperil the quality of the results we get 6 years from now.
Election 2014 and MR: What the results may bring for the survey, opinion and marketing research profession in the U.S.
The mid-term elections for House and Senate are only 11 days away (and many voters have already cast their ballots).
Short-changing the Census: Congress prepares to field a decennial headcount with either exorbitant long-term costs or questionable results
The decennial Census and the American Community Survey (ACS) need increased investment for critical testing as we
Congress is set to fund most of the federal government in fiscal year 2015 (starting October 1) with a “continuing resolution” in the next few weeks, funding government activities at the same level
Oppose the Vitter Amendment: Immigration questions in the 2020 Census could hinder an accurate population count
MRA delivered the following letter to U.S. Senators today, in advance of floor debate on an amendment that would require the 2020 Census to ask respondents about their immigration status:
Congress tries to neuter the American Community Survey: The House votes to make the ACS voluntary again
The House of Representatives has tried to neuter the American Community Survey (ACS) again.