Schorr On Census NPR's Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr examines results of the 2000 U.S. census. America's population increased by some 13% since the 1990 census, to more than 281-million people. By contrast, the Russian population is declining.
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NPR's Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr examines results of the 2000 U.S. census. America's population increased by some 13% since the 1990 census, to more than 281-million people. By contrast, the Russian population is declining.