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New Census Report Explores Wellbeing of Older Adults Who Are Childless

Childless Older Americans GraphicA new report from the U.S. Census Bureau provides a snapshot of the wellbeing of older adults who are childless.

The report shows how declines in marriage and fertility and increased cohabitation in the general population are starting to be reflected in the lives of aging adults.

The report, Childless Older Americans: 2018, found that 15.2 million (16.5 percent) of 92.2 million adults aged 55 and older are childless. Moreover, the new data found that those aged 55 to 64 were more likely to be childless.

The report explores childless adults’ personal net worth, educational attainment, and relationship and household information.

More information on the report can be found here.

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Census Releases Redistricting Data in Additional Format

The U.S. Census Bureau recently released its 2020 census redistricting data in an easier-to-use format. Data users will be able to access data with demographic information for cities and towns without downloading the FTP files.

Data.census.gov allows users to search geographies down to the block level and access data through tables, maps, and downloads.

For more information, visit https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2021/2020-census-redistricting-data-easier-to-use-format.html

Census Prepares to Release 2020 Redistricting Data

The U.S. Census Bureau will release local-level data from the 2020 census today during a press conference at 1 p.m. ET. The data, which States will use to draw congressional and legislative districts, will cover population change, race, ethnicity, the age 18 and over population, and housing occupancy status.

Redistricting, or the process of redrawing electoral district boundaries based on where their populations have increased or decreased. occurs following the decennial census. These data from the 2020 census illuminate the changes to the local and demographic makeup of states and localities over the last decade.

Information about the press conference can be found here: