Arizona, 87, 99n, 115

Assessment

of the 2000 census residence rules, 31–33

in plans for 2010, 51–57

Assisted living options, 43

“At Sea” groups, 109

Australia, 202

residence concepts and questions in, 305–308

Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), 305

B

Babies and young children, missed by census questions and operations, 155–156

Bachelor officers’ quarters (BOQ), 69

Baker v. Carr, 24, 46

Barracks, 108

Base housing, personnel stationed at domestic bases or living in nearby housing, 62, 106–109

Basic residence instructions, 1970 census questionnaire, 194

Basic residence question, 26

1970 census questionnaire, 194

1980 census questionnaire, 196

1990 census questionnaire, 198

2001 census of population, Canada, 310

advance materials distributed prior to enumerator visits, 1960 census, 193

“Be Counted” program, 49, 156–157

Beggars, 147

Births and deaths in the United States

on Census Day, 52

by month, 2004, 154

BJS. See Bureau of Justice Statistics

Boarding schools, 76–77

students at, 52

BOQ. See Bachelor officers’ quarters

Borough of Bethel Park v. Stans (1971), 70, 72, 88, 98

Brennan Center for Justice, 85

Bureau of Consular Affairs, 328

Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, 83

Bureau of Indian Affairs, 74–76

Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), 82, 92, 95

C

C2SS. See Census 2000 Supplementary Survey

California, 86, 112, 128, 130, 134, 138, 243, 328

California state definitions of residence, 39–40

residence for in-state college tuition, 39

residence for obtaining a driver’s license, 40

residence for taxation purposes, 40

residence for voting purposes, 40

Canada, 201–202, 328

residence concepts and questions in, 308–311

Canadians, 117–118

CAPI. See Computer-assisted personal interviewing instruments

CATI. See Computer-assisted telephone interviewing instruments

CEFU. See Coverage edit follow-up operation

Census 2000 Supplementary Survey (C2SS), 254, 268

Census Act, 72

Census Bureau. See U.S. Census Bureau

Census Bureau’s difficulties measuring residence, 33–44

changing norms and living situations, 41–43

definitional challenges, 33–37

discrepant standards, 37–41

inherent tie to geography, 43–44

Census data, refining the Bureau’s routines for editing, 189

“Census Day,” 28–29, 78, 111–112, 117, 130, 151–155, 197, 211–213, 216, 295–301

April 1 as, 29, 247

births and deaths missed by census questions and operations, 153–155

movers missed by census questions and operations, 151–153

people living in special places on, 188

people whose living situation changes on, 188

response problem, 220–222

Census of Juveniles in Residential Placement (CJRP), 102, 176, 239–240



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