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photo - Moving Boxes in Living Room of New Home Who’s Leaving California—and Who’s Moving In? Compared with those who move away, people moving to California are more likely to be employed, earn high wages, and have high education levels. Read More
photo - Crowded Venice Beach Boardwalk in Los Angeles, California California’s Stalled Population Growth Figures from the first half of 2020 show that California’s population growth continues to slow, driven in part by people moving to other states. Read More
photo - Wooden Cubes Change from 2021 to 2022 Census Delays Complicate California’s Election Process Delays in the 2020 Census due to COVID-19 mean that the state’s redistricting commission will set legislative boundaries later than originally planned, which could cause challenges for California’s election timelines. Read More
photo = Census Field Worker Approaching House California’s Census Response Is Strong, but Concerns Remain California’s Census 2020 response rate is currently ahead of the rest of the country. Still, a number of challenges—including uncertainty as to the census deadline for completing field work—could put a complete count at risk. Read More
photo - Census 2020 Form and US Flag Shorter Timeline Threatens Census Count As the in-person follow-up phase of Census 2020 gets underway, COVID-19 and an earlier-than-expected deadline pose challenges for ensuring a complete count. Read More
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