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    Is the Census Bureau really going to wait till December 31, 2010 to release the results?

    I'm anxious to see the numbers! I am hoping they come out earlier than the statutory deadline. Anyone want to predict if there will be any surprises in the data?

    I'm curious to see the growth of Florida and NYC's final numbers. I guess for the latter we'll have to wait longer.

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    since you posted this in FAC and not a serious thread line can we make fun of the fact you are anxiously awaiting this data?????!!!!! dude...
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    since you posted this in FAC and not a serious thread line can we make fun of the fact you are anxiously awaiting this data?????!!!!! dude...
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    Quote Originally posted by OfficialPlanner View post
    I'm anxious to see the numbers! I am hoping they come out earlier than the statutory deadline. Anyone want to predict if there will be any surprises in the data?

    I'm curious to see the growth of Florida and NYC's final numbers. I guess for the latter we'll have to wait longer.
    I would guess they like people actually caring about what they say, so I would guess no on the early release. They have leaked some large scale data, but nothing specific.
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