Cabinet to examine 2016 Census data

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Census results for 2016 are to be examined by Cabinet in the new year.

The census, which gathered a range of statistics on the island’s population, was completed between May 2016 and last March.

Government said the survey had a 95 per cent response rate.

All residents are required by law to complete a census questionnaire.

The information is used to help Government, the private sector and the non-profit sector make decisions about Bermuda’s future.

Census data has been used to develop plans for building, education, health, employment and other economic and social programmes.

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Published Dec 29, 2017 at 8:00 am (Updated Dec 29, 2017 at 12:28 am)

Cabinet to examine 2016 Census data

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