A 13 percent increase in population size in the 1990s helped the United States maintain its position as the third most populous country in the world, according to an analysis released by the Commerce Department's Census Bureau.

The number of foreign-born and first-generation U.S. residents has reached the highest level in U.S. history, 56 million, or a ratio of 1-in-5, the Commerce Department's Census Bureau.

As part of the President's Fiscal Year 2003 budget submission to Congress, the Census Bureau released the details of its innovative plans to provide more timely and accurate data about the economy and population of the United States.

Arbitron has updated its population estimates from Fall 2001. View the new 12+ total, black and Hispanic estimates compared with Spring 2002 CLICK below:


In his "State of the Union" Address, President Bush declared that he had 3 major objectives: The War Abroad, Homeland Defense, and Economic Security.

The Fall 2001 ratings are available at HispanicAd.com for the following markets:

The after-tax income of the engaged and newlywed population of the U.S. reached $229.5 billion in 2001, an 11.2% increase from 1997, according to The U.S.

Lumina Americas, Inc. announced the acquisition of Cultural Access Group. Under the terms of this transaction, Cultural Access Group (CAG) will become a member of Lumina America's family of companies. CAG will continue to operate as a stand-alone entity.

Annual consumption of personal care products has jumped to 40.5 packages per person in 2000, up from 38.4 packages per person in 1990, and according to a newly released study by Kline & Company, changes in the demographic composition of the U.S. are largely responsible for this growth.

After 12 years as Target Market Research Group, Inc., the research company on January 1, 2002 changed is corporate identity to Encuesta, Inc.

Arbitron Inc. announced that it has begun recruiting consumers for the planned second and final phase of the U.S. market trial of its revolutionary new radio, television and cable TV audience measurement device - the Portable People Meter (PPM).

During a typical week in the spring and summer of 1997, about 7 percent of U.S. workers (9.3 million people) worked at least one full day at home, according to a report released by the Commerce Department's Census Bureau.

Yankelovich announced a new partnership with top multicultural experts at the strategic research and consulting firm Cheskin to produce the 2002 Hispanic MONITOR study. Now in its seventh wave, this study takes an in-depth look at the values, attitudes and marketplace patterns of U.S.

New research from Knowledge Networks/Statistical Research shows that post-September 11th shifts in the topics of greatest interest to magazine readers may already be giving way to old habits, with sports, movies, and people/personalities all regaining appeal.

Cheskin, a strategic market research and consulting firm, has just released the third report in its Market Insight Series.