Report: Blacks, Latinos at Risk of Undercount in 2020 Census

The census could fail to count anywhere from 900,000 to 4 million people nationwide, according to estimates released by the Urban Institute.

  • Published 4 June 2019

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Emily Bonilla is worried her district in metro Orlando will be undercounted during next spring's once-in-a-decade head count of everybody in the United States because of who lives there: new arrivals, immigrants, the poor, renters and rural residents who sometimes regard government with suspicion. "We're growing so fast that I know we have more people in the area than the data is stating. This area already is undercounted," said Bonilla, a… Read at AP News