Mayoral census survey shows revenue loss

Meisler, Daniel
January 1999
Bond Buyer;01/29/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30568, p5
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Reports on a survey by the United States Conference of Mayors which found that many states suffered revenue losses since 1990 due to the census undercount. Proposal of the use of statistical sampling to correct the undercount; Revenue losses sustained by Chicago, Illinois, Los Angeles, California, and Detroit, Michigan.


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