1990 evidence that the assumptions are seriously wrong ... Census can make
two principal kinds of counting errors about individuals: ... (In the past, attempts
were made to follow up all non-responders.) ... (For the 2000 Census, there is a
proposal to use sampling to adjust for .... None of these Assumptions is true.
Population projections can alert policymakers to major trends that may affect ...
The United Nations (UN) and the U.S. Census Bureau issue revised global and
national ... the 1950s, the UN has projected the world population size for the year
2000. ... For long-term projections, assumptions about future fertility, mortality,
Nov 3, 2015 ... extensively in 2020 to achieve these savings. For example, the ... the best times
to visit a household can generate substantial cost savings. The ... For example,
the Bureau's assumption that it could reduce its follow-up ... 1See for example,
GAO, 2000 Census: Progress Made on Design, but Risks Remain,.
First, we address the various types of census error that can occur, defining ...
above, errors in census counts can result from missing information and the
resulting use ... Box 4.2) the 2000 census used item imputation, whole-person
imputation, ..... many of the assumptions made by demographic analysis have
become more ...
Oct 8, 2015 ... More detailed information may be found in the Technical Methods ... may be
made in the inventory based on updated information and different data sources.
... These "background" contributions can be significant for some air .... Both the
ASPEN and HEM-AERMOD models utilize the 2000 Census data.
heterogeneity, and error variances calculated on the assumption of ... We use
data from the 2000 census of Mexico to construct synthetic .... Mexican census
contains income information, these can be checked against the .... and
Rosenbaum and Rubin (1983), the program evaluation literature has made
frequent use of the.
Feb 11, 2008 ... Immigration increased substantially over the 1960–2000 period with ... Growth in
the scale of immigration can be linked to a number of factors. .... Accordingly, the
immigration assumption for these Pew projections ... at the second census date,
adjustments were made in the net immigration component.
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These techniques typically rely on ... However, in human populations
demographers can supply alternative sources of population data that allow
Census evaluation to be made under less restrictive assumptions ... matching
information is available (the \P-sample") and the persons in the A.C.E. clusters (
parisons can be made" recognizes the powerful validity checks (e.g., multiple ...
evaluation of the 2000 census and any PES-type coverage estimates; and (3)
most ... of the available information for the evaluation projects provide a
reasonable ... map" of how these assumptions were made and why they lead to
Using 2000 census data for the 100 largest U.S. metropolitan areas, we compute
a .... These assumptions, which we discuss in turn, can foster measurement error
in ..... The statistic that we use to measure segregation is the spatial information
..... Children, Youth, and Families Consortium have made this research possible.