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among the nations more than 100 million muslims, the predominant religion is islam. muslims are also referred to as arabs. this survey identified them as muslims. between 2000 and 2010, the number of u.s. muslims has grown from 2.8 million to 3.7 million. the majority are from one of the 34 countries in the middle east and north africa, including iraq, iran, afghanistan, syria, and libya. their religious faith is islamic. the vast majority of american muslims are of the sunni branch, although estimates of shia muslims are 15%, up from 10% in 2000. the estimated muslim population is about 4.3% of the nations entire population. the muslim population is projected to grow to 8.6% by 2030. muslims are more likely to be part of the first generation of immigrants and their children are more likely than the general population to be second-generation american citizens.
in the nations 5.7 million jews, the predominant religion is judaism. jews are also referred to as israelis. this survey identified them as jews. the united states is home to more than 2.1 million jews. for the most part, american jews are of european descent. their religious faith is jewish. the vast majority of american jews are of ashkenazic descent. the united states is home to a small but significant number of jews from the middle east, north africa and the former soviet union. the jewish population is projected to decline by 4.8% by 2030, due primarily to lower fertility rates.
since the 1980s, the census bureau has collected a more detailed measure of sexual orientation and gender identity than before. in addition to the question used in past censuses, the american community survey adds questions about sexual orientation and gender identity. these questions ask about respondents’ sexual orientation and gender identity. self-reported sexual orientation is a measure of how respondents view themselves.
survey bypasser is a web-based application that links to the national weed management week of action’s survey bypasser tool for a quick, easy and accurate weed survey. this survey bypasser tool allows you to enter data for 1) your inventory; 2) the location of each weed; 3) the number of plants at each location. survey bypasser will then calculate your inventory and weed load and show you the results.
survey bypasser is a web-based application that links to the national weed management week of action’s survey bypasser tool for a quick, easy and accurate weed survey. this survey bypasser tool allows you to enter data for your inventory; the location of each weed; the number of plants at each location. survey bypasser will then calculate your inventory and weed load and show you the results.
the analysis presented in this report and the accompanying fact sheet about the black population of the united states combines the latest data available from multiple data sources. it is mainly based on data from the u.s. census bureaus 2006-2019 american community surveys (acs) and the following u. decennial censuses provided through the integrated public use microdata series (ipums) from the university of minnesota: 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930, 1940, 1950, 1960, 1970 (form 2), 1980, 1990 and 2000. the acs is used to present demographic and economic characteristics for each group.
in a survey, a spot of thistle (cirsium arvense) is planted in the soil. the plant is inspected weekly for signs of injury or feeding damage from a variety of insect pests. each week the surveyor records the results on a scorecard. a score of 8 is 100% surveyed area; 6 is 50% surveyed area; and scores below 6 indicate that less than 50% of the surveyed area has been surveyed. the scorecard is scored as completed if 50% of the surveyed area has been surveyed or if it has been surveyed in more than one week. if 50% of the surveyed area has been surveyed in two consecutive weeks, the scorecard is scored as completed.