So, is Tucson's population 1 million, or not?

March 2008
Inside Tucson Business;3/24/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 42, p1
The article reports on the survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau which recorded a total population of 967,089 in Pima County, Arizona. The Census Bureau based its survey through administrative records such as birth certificates, driver's licenses and death certificates. Other state officials used housing permits for their estimates. Another survey by Jeff Romine of Maricopa Association of Governments shows that the bureau has come close to match the state's estimates in Maricopa County.


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