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Government asks for $10M to study how to ask about sexual orientation
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The United States Census Bureau is requesting at least $10 million to fund research and development on how to ask citizens about their sexual orientation and identity.
The money, which would be spent over several years, would be used to test different wordings for the question, examine response patterns, and craft the most succinct questions for the American Community Survey.
The census and its questions are often used as guides or referenced by other government agencies when crafting their own questionnaires for employees or the public.
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