Census

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A census means getting information about every member of a population. It is usually used meaning a population of people, but can be used to mean a population of animals. Both the United States and United Kingdom have a census every 10 years, or decade. But in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, all of which have a lot of immigrants in their population, they do it every 5 years.

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