- Preparing for the Count in Connecticut
- “Accurate census count critical for Ct., officials say” — this article describes how 22% of CT is “hard to count,” and the state is at risk of losing a representative in congress if the population is undercounted
- from the NH Office of Strategic Initiatives, information about the state’s effort to create a Complete Count Committee
- Historical Census Data in NH from 1767-2010
- Vermont Population Estimates and Census Data
- This article describes how Vermont receives roughly $2.5 billion in federal aid, which works out to about $4000 per person, making an undercount extremely costly to the state.
- find information about RI’s Complete Count Committee and more
- See Governor Gina M. Raimondo’s signed Executive Order 18-09 establishing the Rhode Island Complete Count Committee (RICCC)
National Links with state specific information:
- Complete Count Committees (interactive map; zoom in on your state to get contact information for a Complete Count Committee near you)
- Quick Facts by state, country, town, or zip code
- Free maps and data links
- Apply for a census job
- At Counting for Dollars, click on your state and find out how your state spends federal money, which is determined by the census count.
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