2010 Census: Key Efforts to Include Hard-to-Count Populations Went Generally as Planned; Improvements Could Make the Efforts More Effective for the Next Census
DIANE Publishing Company, 2011 - 43 pages
To overcome the long-standing challenge of enumerating hard-to-count groups such as minorities and renters, the U.S. Census Bureau (Bureau), used outreach programs, such as paid advertising, and partnered with thousands of organizations to enlist their support for the census. The Bureau also conducted Service-Based Enumeration, which was designed to count people who frequent soup kitchens or other service providers, and the Be Counted/Questionnaire Assistance Center program, designed to count individuals who believed the census had missed them. This report assessed how the design of these efforts compared to 2000 and the extent to which they were implemented as planned. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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