Your Take: 2010 Census

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

U.S. Census Bureau Director Robert Groves, Acting Deputy Secretary of Commerce Rebecca Blank, and U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke announce the first results of the 2010 Census during a press con U.S. Census officials announce the first results of the 2010 Census during a press conference in Washington, D.C. on December 21, 2010 (Getty Images)

Yesterday, official data from the 2010 census was released, giving us a closer look at how the country has been changing over the last 10 years. But beyond the official numbers, we wanted to hear from our listeners about how their lives have changed. So we've been asking: how has your life changed in the past 10 years?  You had a lot to say.

Natasha from Miami, Fla: "I've lost touch with my family, got in touch with myself and have finally started to really enjoy living life. Now I just need to work on getting in to a better career and continuing my education."

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jessica from Waltham MA

in the past ten years I graduated high school, moved to new york, graduated college, moved to boston. Fell in love,got married, bought my first home. lost my first friend. Saw my first friend have a baby. And became an adult , supposedly.

Dec. 22 2010 10:40 AM

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