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Fear among Hispanics Could Undercut Census Count, Latino Leaders Warn

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Fear among Hispanics Could Undercut Census Count, Latino Leaders Warn

Houston Chronicle, 11.5.17

More than 1.45 million people live in what are considered "hard-to-count" census tracts in the nine congressional districts that include Harris County, according to U.S. census data analyzed and mapped by the City University of New York's Center for Urban Research.

Submitted on: NOV 5, 2017

Category: Center for Urban Research | GC Press Coverage