Census: More Than 1 In 7 Americans In Poverty, Unchanged Since 2011About 46.5 million people, or more than 1 in 7, were in poverty in 2012. That is not statistically different from 2011.
Census Bureau Proposes To Classify Latinos In Distinct GroupIt long has been assumed by sociologists that Latinos eventually would be redefined as "white" as they joined the mainstream, but the Census Bureau now wants to classify Latinos as their own distinct group in the next census, in 2020.
Study: Two-Thirds Of Legal Mexican Immigrants Are Not US CitizensNearly two-thirds of legal Mexican immigrants who live in the U.S. are not American citizens.
Census: US Population Growth Rising AgainAmerica's population is now increasing a bit faster thanks to an improving economy, but not enough to lift growth above its lowest level since the Great Depression.
Number Of Illegal Immigrants In US Drops First Time In Over DecadeNew census data released Thursday affirm a clear and sustained drop in illegal immigration, ending more than a decade of increases.
Study: Marriage Continues To Decrease Among AmericansFewer and fewer Americans are getting married, continuing a decades-long trend among nearly all education levels and ages that shows no signs of slowing down.
Census: U.S. Poverty Rate Spikes, Nearly 50 Million Americans AffectedAs President Barack Obama is set to begin his second term, new statistics on America’s poverty rate indicate that nearly 50 million Americans, more than 16 percent of the population, are struggling to survive.

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