Census/New Demographics/Sampling

Guests: Jorge Del Pinal Assistant Chief of the Census Bureau's Population Division Tom Brunell Assistant Professor of Political Science at the State University of New York at Binghamton (SUNY-Binghamton) Cecilia Munoz Vice President of Research, Advocacy & Legislation for The National Council of La Raza Maynard Jackson Founder and Chair, Special Committee on the Census Undercount of the U.S. Conference of Mayors Former Mayor of Atlanta (1974-1982 and again from 1990-1994) National Development Chairman, Democratic National Committee Representative Eddie Bernice Johnson Democratic Congresswoman from Texas Chair, Congressional Black Caucus The new census numbers show Hispanics may have vaulted into first place and displaced blacks as the leading minority group. Those figures are not final, but one thing is clear, they won't be adjusted to take into account the more than 3 million people estimated to have been counted. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at the new demographics and the politics of census sampling.

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