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Changes in Census Survey Data Generate Misguided Criticism – Larger Census Survey will Remain Unchanged

The U.S. Census Bureau is implementing changes to the questions they ask on their Current Population Survey (CPS). Many observers have expressed concern that the changes will inhibit accurate assessments of the Affordable Care Act’s impact on coverage levels. But Jon Peacock of the Wisconsin Budget Project, in a guest blog for Georgetown’s Center for Children and Families, argues that researchers will still have plenty of good Census data with which to understand the effects of the ACA.

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