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Reducing the undercount in the 2010 census
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. Subcommittee on Federal Financial Management, Government Information, Federal Services, and International Security.
|Series||S. hrg -- 110-834|
|LC Classifications||KF26 .H632 2008f|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 169 p. :|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||2009416524|
On Monday, Ma , at a.m. in Room of the Rayburn House Office Building, the Information Policy, Census and National Archives Subcommittee held a hearing entitled "Census Assessing the Bureau’s Strategy for Reducing the Undercount of Hard-to-Count Populations.". Probably the most visible attempt to remedy the problem of differential undercounts in the Census was the call to adjust Census figures to account for such undercounts (Choldin ; Darga ).During the late s and early s, there was a significant increase in popular understanding of Census undercounts, particularly in minority communities and among big city mayors.
Census assessing the Bureau's strategy for reducing the undercount of hard-to-count populations: hearing Distributed to some depository libraries . Census Could Lead To Worst Undercount Of Black, Latinx People In 30 Years Public debate over a potential citizenship question and immigration enforcement, combined with the census .
The undercount hunt is underway. But as Census enumerators knock on doors and try to coax information out of the 34 percent of the population that . A Census Bureau study of the census indicates that Texas undercounted its total population by percent. A George Washington Institute analysis shows that a 1 percent undercount in the decennial census would have resulted in a loss of nearly $ million annually in federal funds to Texas, or $1, per person missed.
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Census: The Bureau's Plans for Reducing the Undercount Show Promise, But Key Uncertainties Remain: Gaot [U. Government Accountability Office (] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is an independent agency that works for Congress.
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paid advertising budget for the Census was $ million, and one of the expressed goals of the program was to “reduce the differential undercount” (U.S. Census Bureau ). The Bureau's strategy for reducing the undercount and improving participation in the enumeration appears to be comprehensive, integrated, and shaped by the Bureau's experience in the Census.
If implemented as planned, the various activities the Bureau is developing should position the agency to address the undercount. Reducing the undercount in the census: hearing before the Federal Financial Management, Government Information, Federal Services, and International Security Subcommittee of the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Tenth Congress, second session, Septem Reducing the Undercount in the Census.
Date(s): Monday, Witness(es): Thomas Mesenbourg, Acting Director, Census Bureau, ESA; Committee: Senate Subcommittee on Federal Financial Management, Government Information, Federal Services and International Security, Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.
Census Efforts to Reduce the Undercount of Young Children Gina Walejko & Scott – Konicki, Census Bureau. Updating the wording of the undercount probe on the questionnaire to specifically mention “grandchildren” and “unrelated” children.
(See figures below.) 4. The Census Coverage Measurement (CCM) program used d ual system estimation to produce population estimates and to estimate cover age of the household population.
The CCM program measured overcounts and undercounts across the population. A comparison of the CCM estimates to the Census showed a small undercount of children under age 5. The Census Bureau acknowledges the long-standing undercount of young children in decennial censuses and in Census Bureau surveys.
Evaluations show that Census Bureau surveys like the American Community Survey, the Current Population Survey, and the Survey of Income and Program Participation also undercount young children, which can result in biased survey estimates.
The Bureau's strategy for reducing the undercount and improving participation in the enumeration appears to be comprehensive, integrated, and shaped by the Bureau's experience in the Census.
If implemented as planned, the various activities the Bureau is developing should position the agency to address the undercount. Other aspects included are the geographic distribution of the net undercount and an exploration for some of the potential explanations for the high net undercount of children.
The number of young children in the US is growing, but almost one million young children (under age 5) were missed in the U.S. Decennial Census. until Census Day, April 1,the Bureau will launch a series of operations aimed at reducing the differential undercount including building a complete and accurate address list, launching an Integrated Communications Campaign to increase awareness and encourage participation in the census, and implementing special enumeration.
Census assessing the Bureau's strategy for reducing the undercount of hard-to-count populations: hearing before the Subcommittee on Information Policy, Census, and National Archives of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, Ma [United States.
The undercount of children under age five in the decennial census, and in surveys like the American Community Survey (ACS), is real and growing. The task force believes that Demographic Analysis (DA) provides the best measure of this undercount in the Census at percent, nationally.
O’Hare, William P. Chapter 4 of the book Emerging Techniques in Applied Demography, Census counts tend to miss children, especially young children, William O’Hare, a demographer and data analyst, explains in this book chapter. The census resulted in a net undercount rate of % for U.S. residents under age The bureau's child undercount task force, which began work incame after statistics revealed that children ages were undercounted more than any other age group in the decennial survey.
Census data is tied to the amount of federal funding counties receive. Prince George's County claims the undercount in has deprived it of more than $ million dollars.
Census assessing the Bureau's strategy for reducing the undercount of hard-to-count populations: hearing Distributed to some depository. solution. Planners should explore multiple avenues to be confident that we can reduce the undercount of young children in from the levels found in Demographic and decennial surveys should be a part of the discussion and work with to research the problem and develop improved methods.
age of the census are available as this book goes to press). For smaller groups, such as Native Americans and Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders, the undercount estimate was not statistically sig-nificant in But the differential undercount between owners and renters has worsened sinceas has the undercount of adult males younger.
After the Census, Demographic Analysis (DA) estimated a net undercount of about percent for children age 0 to 4 (Hogan et al. ). O’Hare () shows that the net undercount rates for.The Census saw a net undercount of almost 1 million young children, and their undercount rate of % was more than twice the rate of other age groups.
"It's a critical issue," said William P.At a macro level, the Census appeared to be close to perfect. The Census Bureau reported a net national overcount of % ina number not statistically different from zero. Similarly, no state had a statistically significant net undercount, according to Census Bureau estimates.
But the apparent.