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Posted at 12:50 PM ET, 12/13/2010

2010 Census results coming Dec. 21

By Ed O'Keefe

How many people live in the United States? Where do they live? Where did they move from? Which states get more seats in Congress?

We'll start getting answers next week, when the U.S. Census Bureau fulfills its constitutional mandate and presents the results of the 2010 Census.

The data will include the total population for the country, each of the 50 states and the Congressional apportionment totals for each.

By law, the Census Bureau must report the decennial census results to the president by Dec. 31.

By Ed O'Keefe  | December 13, 2010; 12:50 PM ET
Categories:  Census  
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