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Prior to the census, the Census Bureau developed a hard-to-count score, which assessed how tracts performed on twelve variables correlated with high non-response rates.
To help ensure that hard-to-count populations are enumerated, the Bureau plans to employ several initiatives.
As letters arrive in the mail announcing census forms will be sent out on the week of March 15, actress Rosario Dawson urged Angelenos in hard-to-count demographic groups to make sure they're counted.
Census Bureau's media outreach efforts in hard-to-count communities.
counties with the highest number of people living in hard-to-count areas, based on data from the 2000 Census.
Census Bureau's media outreach efforts in hard-to-count areas.
As requested, this testimony provides an update on the Bureau's readiness for an effective headcount, covering (1) the status of key IT systems; (2) steps the Bureau has taken to revise its cost estimates; and (3) the extent to which critical enumeration activities, particularly those aimed at hard-to-count populations, are on track.
The training will be conducted in Spanish and English to provide resources and a tailored engagement strategy to assist Latino elected officials, local leaders and organizations with outreach to their hard-to-count communities.