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Utilizing the winning model will help the Census Bureau create robust scoring metrics to identify hard-to-count areas and populations in the 2020 Census and save more money.
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.
While the overall coverage of the census was exemplary, the traditional hard-to-count groups, like renters, were counted less well," Groves said.
counties with the highest number of people living in hard-to-count areas, based on data from the 2000 Census.
The county is working with other government agencies and neighborhood groups to reach hard-to-count populations, including the homeless and immigrants.
Census Bureau's media outreach efforts in hard-to-count communities.
Executives at The California Endowment, which invested $4 million in census outreach to hard-to-count communities, are available to speak about the importance of the support and successful implementation of the federal Affordable Care Act as it relates to California's underserved communities.