My Two Census

Formerly the non-partisan watchdog of the 2010 US Census, and currently an opinion blog that covers all things political, media, foreign policy, globalization, and culture…but sometimes returning to its census/demographics roots.

2010 Census data now available…

Have a field day folks!

And the big winner is Texas. Ohio and New York are the biggest losers…Are the many critiques from MyTwoCensus of the counting process in NYC now being proven valid?

8 Responses to “2010 Census data now available…”

  1. SemperEnu Says:

    I checked my town and all it has is a “2009 population estimate.” I guess the details are not out yet.

  2. formerenumer Says:

    Yeah they’re redoing the factfinder. Should be up next month.

  3. anon Says:

    “Are the many critiques from MyTwoCensus of the counting process in NYC now being proven valid?”

    I just checked and the answer is no.

  4. Embarressed Says:

    YAWN

  5. P for Pres Says:

    Fkn Obama–all his fault.

  6. Dr Data Says:

    NY did not lose two seats because of poor counting. Have you run the pop counts through an apportionment calculator?

    NY needed 107,000+ more population not to lose its second seat.

  7. Andrew Beveridge Says:

    Interesting article from the Gotham Gazette about the possibility of an undercount in places like New York City.
    http://www.gothamgazette.com/article/demographics/20110104/5/3443

  8. fastfoodcensus.com Says:

    I wonder if there are undercounts in places like Arizona and California, where immigrants—both legal and illegal—may have been afraid to discuss residents with enumerators.