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1 Introduction The Constitution of the US requires the federal government to perform a census every 10 years. In the US and elsewhere, such regular censuses have been undertaken predictably decade after decade, regardless of economic conditions. Although most censuses use the postal system to distribute and collect survey forms, follow-up is typically carried out by an army of door-to-door enumerators. In the US, nondefense government spending grows rapidly (about 4%) in census quarters and falls in the quarter after each census (about -5%). The six largest 1

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