The bureau thinks it missed 3% of African Americans, 5% of Hispanics and 6% of Alaska Natives and Native Americans living on reservations.
The Census Bureau's supplemental poverty measure showed a big decline from 2019, despite a year of pandemic-induced economic disruption.
The recent Census household Pulse survey found LGBT people were almost twice as likely to be experiencing food insecurity as other Americans.
These numbers have major political and economic implications.
There's hasn't been in increase in seniors in nursing homes, either.
Top earners took a bigger slice of the income pie, while everyone else's slices shrank.
Farmers across America are getting older and weighing the fate of their farms.
Counties in Texas, North Dakota and Florida are experiencing a high rate of population growth.