Diana has worked on Stacker's research and development team since February 2018. She is interested in law, politics, and journalism, with a focus on media law and copy editing specifically. She has lived in Brooklyn almost her entire life and is finishing her degree in political science and journalism at Baruch College. Additionally, Diana is currently the managing editor of Baruch's independent newspaper, The Ticker. In her free time, Diana loves to find new coffee shops to feed her caffeine addiction, watch true crime documentaries on Netflix, argue about the versatility of the em dash, and practice her photography.
Stacker looked back at historical data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau and compared how both the people have changed and how the questionnaire itself has changed since the first census was released in August 1790.