New York City’s population has reached a record high according to the 10-year census with the population count at 8,175,133. Howver, this number is fallen short of official forecast predictions and has Mayor Bloomberg challenging the bureau’s finding. He is claiming the census shortchanged the city by as many as 225,000 people. He said “it was inconceivable that Queens grew by only 1,343 people since 2000.” He also suggested that the profusion of apartments listed as vacant in places like Flushing and in many parts of southwest Brooklyn meant the census missed many hard-to-count immigrants.
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