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The 2012 Holiday Season Facts and Features from the U.S. Census Bureau

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The holiday season is a time for gathering to celebrate with friends and family, to reflect and to give thanks. At this time of year, the Department of Commerce’s U.S. Census Bureau presents holiday-related facts and statistics from its data collections, including details about mail, retail sales, toys, trees and decorations and much more. The nation's projected population as we ring in the New Year is estimated to be more than 315 million.  Happy holidays from the U.S. Department of Commerce! 

U.S. Census Bureau Facts for Features, 2012

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Twice a decade?

I have been required to fill in this census for 2007, 2009, 2010 and again now. What's up with that?

Census Bureau Regional Office

The Census Bureau conducts a variety of censuses and surveys, not just the once-a-decade census. Every month, quarter, and year we conduct surveys with households and businesses. If someone from the Census Bureau has visited you, and you have any questions, you may speak directly via telephone or e-mail with your Census Bureau Regional Office. If you have received a telephone call from someone at the Census Bureau, and you have any questions, you may speak directly via telephone or e-mail with an employee of the National Processing Center.

If you have received a survey and need to find out more information, please begin by visiting: http://www.census.gov/survey_participants/. From there you can contact a Census Bureau representative to get help on filling out your survey.

Christmas

It is Christmas season ,not holiday season!!!!!