Fun Facts From the Feds

The U.S. Census Bureau's 2003 Statistical Abstract of the United States is a hodgepodge of facts and figures about our country and its habits. Below are some that might interest jewelers, but you can view the entire document online—free of charge—at The median net worth (assets minus liabilities) of U.S. families reached $86,100 in 2001, up from $78,000 in 1998 (constant 2001 dollars used). The number of registered Republicans increased 14.3% from 1996 to 2000, while the number of Democrats decreased 10.3%. But don't fret, diehard Democrats: The number of Democrats in the United States (52%) still outnumbers the number of Republicans (48%). Voter registration statistics indicate that 63.9% of the voting-age population is registered to vote, and 54.7% voted in the year 2000. There are 2

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