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When two people of different races have a child together, how do they choose to identify the race of their child on census forms?
This was one of the topics explored by researchers at this year’s annual Population Association of America meeting. De La Cruz/Getty Images) The nation’s largest annual demography conference, held in Washington, D.
People did not break off interviews, for example, because they were upset about being asked about their sexual orientation or gender identity.
State laws enacted over the past decade requiring employers to verify that all new hires were eligible to work apparently led to a reduction in the unauthorized immigrant population in those states, according to research by Pia Orrenius of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and Madeline Zavodny of Agnes Scott College.
They suggest that people in LAT relationships are more likely to have been previously married, and to own homes, perhaps in part because they are older.
Adding these questions to a survey did not generally anger respondents or confuse them, said Matt Jans of UCLA’s Center for Health Policy Research.In general, the share of married people living in a census tract who have mixed-race marriages is not linked to how the child’s race is reported.