census report

See: canvass, poll
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Elaborating his point, he said, delimitation of constituencies would be carried out by the first week of May on the basis of provisional census report.
They said according to the census report the total population of Bajaur was 1,093,684 which proved that the region was the most populated region in Fata.
Regarding office coffee systems, although covered in the 2016 Census report, Colston explained that these machines can be hard to define.
New Hampshire's progress on insuring people previously without health insurance has apparently stalled the last two years, according to the latest Census report and data on the Affordable Care Act.
New York Times US President Donald Trump clearly inherited an economy on the upswing, according to the 2016 Census report, with income, health coverage and poverty levels having all improved in the past two years.
The CCI, a constitutional body that resolves the disputes of power sharing between the federation and provinces, will also discuss the census report and review the ongoing LNG and power projects.
Illness or Disability in Elderly Voters: Forty-two percent of people 65 years and older reported that health issues, illness or disability rendered them unable to reach the polls, according to the Bloomberg Census report.
Yields across the state were up, according to the annual vineyard and winery census report by Southern Oregon University, with the most significant increases occurring in the South Willamette Valley and Umpqua Valley.
The RJD president called upon his followers to spread out in the remotest villages to apprise the people about the BJP's conspiracy to hold back the caste census report.
8 percent, from fiscal year 2011, according to a Census report issued in late May.
Findings from the census report that there are a number of common issues among practitioners presently, with 9% of opticians expressing concern around how to encourage parents to bring their children into practice for a sight test.
The Census report doesn't include any interpretative information but has a line graph that shows national per-pupil spending climbed steadily between 1992 - when it was slightly more than $5,000 - until beginning to level off in 2008 and then flattening out before peaking in 2010.