PRB Topic Feed: U.S. Census and ACS/Topics/US-Census-and-ACS.aspxNew PRB Appalachia Report Examines Jobs, Degrees, and Other Trends Appalachia's residents in their prime working years are less likely to be in the labor force or to hold college degrees than the U.S. population as a whole, but these and other demographic, health, and socioeconomic patterns vary widely within the region.04/24/2015/Publications/Reports/2015/appalachia-overview-acs-2015.aspxb12f6947-dbca-4bdf-96d4-0b99978ba564The Undercount in the 2000 CensusThis KIDS COUNT/PRB report summarizes what is known about census undercount and the methods used to adjust census data, with an emphasis on the undercount of children and minorities. 05/15/2002/Publications/Reports/2002/TheUndercountinthe2000CensusPDF537KB.aspxf5b56fff-12e0-4d8f-a2f8-2d94938f8e1dThe Appalachian Region: A Data Overview From the 2006-2010 American Community SurveyThis report uses graphics including maps to describe the population of Appalachia from data from the American Community Survey. The report has chapters on population basics, age, race/hispanic origin, housing, education, employment, income/poverty, and migration.03/30/2012/Publications/Reports/2012/appalachia-overview-acs.aspxf4939066-3475-480d-abbc-7f202b8156a2First Glimpses From the 2000 CensusThis Population Bulletin looks at some of the major findings of the 2000 Census as of April 2001, and considers the importance of these trends not only to demographers, journalists, business people, and politicians, but to all Americans. 06/01/2001/Publications/Reports/2001/FirstGlimpsesFromthe2000CensusPDF22MB.aspxe49cc4cc-6f49-41f0-b187-b1bc3a1dc260Appalachia's Residents Older, More DisabledThis report describes the population of Appalachia on several dimensions including housing, education, employment, income/poverty, health insurance coverage, disability status, and veteran status.04/14/2014/Publications/Reports/2014/appalachia-overview-acs-2012.aspxd24d6460-5ba7-46db-8d8b-29916ae793d6The 2000 Census ChallengeThis is the premiere issue of PRB Reports on America—a new publication series from PRB that focuses on important demographic issues facing the United States. In this report on the 2000 census, Barry Edmonston describes ways to reform the traditional census, especially in light of the Supreme Court decision to bar sampling for purposes of apportionment. 02/01/1999/Publications/Reports/1999/The2000CensusChallenge.aspxb8ac3db0-b32c-430f-a736-ac79b293cd11Understanding and Using 5-Year Estimates From the ACSIn this PRB webinar—delivered to the Annie E. Casey Foundation's KIDS COUNT Network— PRB’s Mark Mather discusses what to expect from the new ACS estimates and offers some practical guidelines for working with the data. 12/13/2010/Multimedia/Video/2010/acs-webinar.aspxab8ee512-779f-4714-aef4-af5415587f66Household Change in the United StatesThis Population Bulletin examines the dramatic changes in U.S. household structure in the last 70 years, and how households differ by important characteristics such as age, race and ethnicity, and education.09/25/2012/Publications/Reports/2012/us-household-change.aspxab737fad-11d7-4e13-aca9-3d98b919bc27Inaugural American Community Survey Data Users Conference a Success08/26/2014/Events/2014/american-community-survey-conference.aspx925ba64d-68da-4396-9c27-e8220e392699The Road to Census 2000: A Chronology of Key IssuesThis report, covering activities from February 1996 through March 2001, charts the progress of activities and controversies involving Congress, the Executive Branch, and the courts that affected the design, operations, cost, content, and results of Census 2000. 04/01/2001/Publications/Reports/2001/TheRoadtoCensus2000AChronologyofKeyIssuesPDF273KB.aspx8f3b1847-7978-4946-a155-a37ddb872f2d