Oct 31, 2011 ... January 2000 ... While the basic methodology used to produce these projections
is the .... between the new and old projections can be explained in large part by
the ... This initial age distribution represents essential information that is .....
Because separate short- and long-term assumptions were made, ...
States: 1980-2000 (CENSR-3) and its “Segregation / Housing Pattern Index .....
redistribution of the population to achieve desegregation could be made by ....
these counties, over half of the land is in farms; in another county, 47 percent of
the land is ... information for policy deliberations, particularly if integrated or
assumption that complete coverage started in 1985). • How to .... complete,
adjustments are made to the basic data to account for individuals who are ... As
will be noted later, these revisions affect the estimated DA level and estimated .....
There is little information available on which to quantify empirically the possible
Provide students with the "2000 Data Table" or data from the Census Bureau and
ask them to draw conclusions based on the information about population change.
What assumptions can be made from these data? Which areas are growing ...
To reaggregate 2000 block data to 2010 census units, NHGIS first allocates
census ... No distinctions are made for different subgroups of population or
housing. ... This assumption of consistent within-block distributions across
subgroups is one .... (More information on these data will be available in a
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 (
and can be purchased through firstname.lastname@example.org. ..... developing
countries an agriculture census is a unique source of information on ....
Assumptions have been made only in exceptional cases, and these assumptions
improve on the census, because adjustment can easily put in more error than it
takes out. Indeed, error rates in the ... consulted for additional detail and
bibliographic information. 2. ... Thus, estimates need to be made for illegals, but
these are (necessarily) ... Failures in the independence assumption lead to
There is no evidence that the economic slowdown that began in 2000 or the ... by
the preliminary 2000 Census results to the 32.5 million immigrants in the CPS. ...
of immigrants on the United States, both the percentage of the population made
... The CPS can be used to provide insight into the impact of immigration on the ...
First, we address the various types of census error that can occur, defining ...
errors in census counts can result from missing information and the resulting use
of ... Box 4.2) the 2000 census used item imputation, whole-person imputation,
and ..... many of the assumptions made by demographic analysis have become