The Race to Be Census-Ready
Governing Magazine, 1.1.18
In 2020, Americans will be able to respond for the first time to the Census online. But this, too, could undercount poorer households without internet access. An analysis by the City University of New York’s Center for Urban Research found that in the past, congressional districts with lower mail return rates were correlated with higher percentages of households who don’t have internet access or are burdened by poor connections.
Submitted on: JAN 1, 2018
Category: Center for Urban Research | GC Press Coverage