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´╗┐Plan Now For The Onslaught The Upcoming Data Release For The 2007 American Community Survey Steve Barker Program Manager State Data Center

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ACS and Census Questions About the Data Geography Presentation Samples The Educational Burden American Community Survey

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Census 2010 and the part of ACS 2010 Census is short-shape just ACS replaces Census long frame New ACS inquiries are being included 2008 and 2009 One ACS address dropped in 2008 ACS and Census Questions

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New ACS addresses in 2009 Field of Degree For people holding four year certification or higher Requested by National Science Foundation (NSF) To help NSF create appraisals of researchers and specialists Duration of Vacancy Similar to information gathered in 1960, 1970, 1980, and 1990 Census ACS and Census Questions

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New ACS addresses in 2008 VA Disability Rating Percentage of inability: 0%, 10-20%, 30-40%, and so forth. Medicinal services Insurance Type of supplier: manager, singular, military, Indian wellbeing, and so on. Conjugal history Married, separated or widowed in most recent 12 months? How often have you been hitched? In what year did you get hitched? ACS and Census Questions

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Dropped ACS address in 2008 Number of years of dynamic obligation military administration ACS and Census Questions

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About the Data

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About the 2006 ACS information discharge Used just Single-year appraisals Populations of 65,000+ Decisions about information discharge connected at the table-level Full detail or fallen information in light of the unwavering quality of the assessments in every table Included direction on examinations and different assets Housing units and gathering quarters About the Data

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About the 2007 ACS information discharge Will utilize both single and multiyear gauges Single year for populaces of 65,000+ Multiyear for populaces of 20,000+ Decisions about information discharge presumably connected at the table-level Full detail or broken down information in light of the dependability of the evaluations in every table Will included direction on correlations and different assets Will incorporate lodging units and gathering quarters About the Data

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Other focuses about the 2007 ACS information discharge Most information items will be indistinguishable to 2006 information discharge Data profiles will include gauges in percent arrange Selected populace profiles will be extended to incorporate cycles by nation of birth Some year-to-year correlations Subset of information profiles will contrast 2007 ACS and 2006 ACS results Will incorporate banners for factual testing comes About the Data

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At minimum it's not all coming at the same time* 1-Year Estimates August 26, 2008 arrival of 2007 ACS appraises on salary, profit, and neediness September 23, 2008 arrival of 2007 ACS gauges on every other subject 3-Year Estimates December 2008 arrival of 2005-2007 ACS evaluates on all themes About the Data

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About those 3-year gauges Types of geographic territories getting 3-year assessments are basically same as those accepting 1-year gauges (state, district, put, and so on.) Estimates depend on Housing unit populace information from 2005, 2006 and 2007 Group quarters populace information in 2006 and 2007 Estimated 3 rd year values by weighting '06 and '07 Will utilize real gathering quarters information in future years About the Data

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Geography

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Under the 2006 ACS Approximately 5,650 geographic ranges fit the bill for reporting single year information Under the 2007 ACS Approximately 5,650 geographic zones will meet all requirements for reporting single year information Approximately 12,300 geographic regions will fit the bill for reporting three year information Estimated aggregate of 17,950 geographic information sets to audit Geography

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Geography * Based to some degree on regions reported in 2006 ACS information discharge ** All in view of Census 2000 populace, with the exception of MSAs, Micropolitan SAs, and Counties. Those depend on July 1, 2007 populace for every Census Population Estimates Division)

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Geography * Based to some degree on ranges reported in 2006 ACS information discharge ** Based on Census 2000 populace aside from MSAs, Micropolitan SAs, Counties, Cities, and Towns. Those depend on July 1, 2007 populace for each Census Population Estimates Division).

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Statistical Areas prone to be incorporated into 2007 ACS information discharge Geography 3 year midpoints just Micropolitan Ada Altus Ardmore Bartlesville Duncan Durant Both 1 year and 3 year midpoints Combined MSAs Oklahoma City-Shawnee Tulsa-Bartlesville MSA Fort Smith Lawton Oklahoma City Tulsa Micropolitan Muskogee Shawnee Stillwater Enid Guymon McAlester Miami Ponca City Tahlequah

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Counties liable to be incorporated into 2007 ACS information discharge Geography Both 1 year and 3 year midpoints Canadian Cleveland Comanche Creek Muskogee Oklahoma Payne Pottawatomie Rogers Tulsa Wagoner 3 year midpoints just Adair Bryan Caddo Carter Cherokee Custer Delaware Garfield Garvin Grady Jackson Kay Le Flore Lincoln Logan McClain McCurtain Mayes Okmulgee Osage Ottawa Pittsburg Pontotoc Seminole Sequoyah Stephens Texas Washington

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Geography Urban Areas liable to be incorporated into 2007 ACS information discharge 1 year and 3 year midpoints Fort Smith Lawton Norman Oklahoma City Tulsa 3 year midpoints just Altus Ardmore Bartlesville Duncan Enid Muskogee Owasso Ponca City Shawnee Stillwater

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School Districts liable to be incorporated into 2007 ACS information discharge Geography Both 1 year and 3 year midpoints Broken Arrow Edmond Lawton Moore Midwest City-Del City Norman Oklahoma City Putnam City Tulsa Union 3 year midpoints just Altus Bartlesville Choctaw/Nicoma Park Duncan Enid Jenks Muskogee Mustang Owasso Ponca City Sand Springs Sapulpa Shawnee Stillwater Yukon

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American Indian regions liable to be incorporated into 2007 ACS information discharge Geography Both 1 year and 3 year midpoints Cherokee Cheyenne-Arapaho Chickasaw Choctaw Citizen Potawatomie Nation-Absentee Shawnee Creek Kiowa-Comanche-Apache-Fort Sill Apache 3 year midpoints just Osage Reservation Sac and Fox OTSA Seminole OTSA Kaw-Ponca Joint Use Area OTSA

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Cities and Towns liable to be incorporated into 2007 ACS information discharge Geography Both 1 year and 3 year midpoints Broken Arrow Edmond Lawton Norman Oklahoma City Tulsa 3 year midpoints just Ardmore Bartlesville Bixby Del City Duncan Enid Midwest City Moore Muskogee Owasso Ponca City Sapulpa Shawnee Stillwater Yukon

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Presentation Samples

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DRAFT SAMPLE

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DRAFT SAMPLE

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DRAFT SAMPLE

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DRAFT SAMPLE

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The Educational Burden

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As Census 2010 methodologies, there is a solid and squeezing trouble on the individuals who comprehend insights to teach Policy producers The media people in general Ourselves About Statistical centrality Margin of blunder Definitional contrasts The Educational Burden

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Sample Size 2006 ACS Sampled roughly 3 million lodging units (HU) Yields around 2.19 million talked with HU (21.9 more than 10 years) Sampling rate of around 2.4% of HU Approximately 1 in each 40 HU yearly 2000 Census Long Form Sampled marginally under 20 million HU Yielded around 19.2 million met HU Sampling rate around 17.0% of HU Approximately 1 in each 6 HU The Educational Burden

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The exchange off Yes, we don't need to sit tight at regular intervals for information But, there is a bigger room for give and take Because test size is littler Because information accumulation is spread over various years Inflationary effect Boundary changes Etc. The Educational Burden

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The Educational Burden Census 2000 Sample Rates By Population Size Source: Lynn Wombold, ESRI Chief Demographer; "Test Size Matters"; ArcUser ; Winter 2008, page 9; as got to at http://esri.com/library/reprints/pdfs/arcuser_sample-size.pdf on July 14, 2008

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The Educational Burden 2006 ACS Sample Rates * 11 County Total will be add up to for the 11 Oklahoma districts reported under 2006 ACS Source: US Census Bureau, 2006 American Community Survey, Quality Measures as got to at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/acs-php/quality_measures_sample_2006.php on July 14, 2008 and Sample Size for Counties as got to at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/SBasics/SSizes/SSizes06.htm on July 14, 2008.

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The Educational Burden Source: US Census Bureau, 2006 American Community Survey, Sample Size for Counties as got to at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/SBasics/SSizes/SSizes06.htm on July 14, 2008.

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The Educational Burden Training bundles being worked on Updating ACS and AFF with extra client assets and direction on utilization of single year and multiyear gauges Planning more "Prepare the Trainer" workshops Developing instructive handbooks Planned August 2008 discharge in PDF organize through ACS site Tailored to taking after gatherings of people

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Steve Barker State Data Center Program Manager steven_barker@okcommerce.gov (405) 815-5182

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