‘Nonresponse Bias’ Could Explain the Census Bureau’s Finding on the Citizenship Question

The Census Bureau found that the addition of a citizenship question to the census would have virtually no impact on self-response.

Separating Race from Ethnicity in Surveys Risks an Inaccurate Picture of the Latinx Community

How should Latinx Americans identify their race on the 2020 Census? “White”? “Amerindian”? “Mixed”? “Other”?

Aiming for the True Count: Four Numbers That Matter in the 2020 Census

The fairness and accuracy of the census, and its miscounts, are governed by four simple numbers.

Anything plus Statistics Is Better Than Anything: A Q&A with Rob Santos and Tim Triplett

Urban's Rob Santos and Tim Triplett were recently elected to leadership positions in two prominent statistics-related associations.

What a new dataset can (and can’t) reveal about refugees in America

Despite limitations, Annual Survey of Refugees should yield valuable insights into refugee resettlement.