Statements about Census
More than 1.5 million people moved into Georgia between the past two Census counts, and a majority consider themselves, African-American, Latino or Asian-American.
More "25- to 34-year-olds are moving to Austin than any other city in America."
"My state of Florida is now the third-largest state. We have surpassed New York in population."
Federal law requires residents to participate in the U.S. government’s American Community Survey.
A Census Bureau worker says he was told to skew information to bring the unemployment rate down "as we headed into an election season."
"This is the year Florida becomes a majority minority state."
Says 2012 was the "first year in American history that more minorities are being born than people in the majority."
Says Oak Grove is "one of the largest cities in Oregon" and is "the biggest city in Clackamas County and it's not a city."
Virginia "is home to more veterans per capita than any state in America."
"Nobody is leaving Memphis. That's a myth."
"The U.S. Census believes that by 2030 the majority of Americans will use Spanish as their first language."
"Nearly half of all pregnancies in the U.S. are unintended."
"The state’s tax burden has, according to census figures released today, cost our state another 190,000 residents in 2009."
Says close to 90 percent of the population growth in Texas over the last decade was non-Anglo.
"If you shut down Amtrak's Northeast Corridor, it's estimated you'd have to add seven new lanes to I-95 to accommodate the increased traffic."
"Illegal aliens cost the state of Rhode Island $400 million a year."
"I represent the fourth-poorest (congressional) district" in the nation.
"Over half of the foreign-born population in Rhode Island is white."
"Sometime in the next decade, there will be more Latinos in the state of Texas than there are Anglos. That will happen sometime in the next five to eight to ten years."
Says Houston’s 18th congressional district has been “gentrified” and is home to “more Anglos than African Americans.”
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