Census 2010: Behind the scenes

Robert Groves, Director, Census Bureau

wfedstaff | June 3, 2015 6:58 pm

The population count of the United States is 308.7 million people.

According the the closely watched the 2010 Census, the country’s population growth dropping to the lowest level in seven decades. Also, the steady migration to the South and West could be a boon to Republicans as they pick up new House seats.

But we want to know more about how Census was able to pull this off. Census Director Dr. Robert Groves told Federal News Radio that the survey is the result of millions of man hours, and the work is not done yet.



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