Tag: National Policy Analysis #210

The 2000 Census: Sampling or a Straight Count?

National Policy Analysis #210 /
Overview When the federal government undertakes its official count of the population of the United States in the year 2000, the Clinton Administration believes a process of estimation called "sampling" is best way to achieve an accurate count. Congressional Republicans ...

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