Dallas Morning News
Texas most likely missed out on another U.S. House seat this cycle thanks to undercounting in the 2020 Census, based on estimates released Thursday.
The U.S. Census Bureau announced results from a follow-up survey that projects how many people and housing units were potentially missed or mistakenly counted during the 10-year census. More
A new report from the U.S. Census shows Florida’s population was significantly undercounted in 2020. Underestimating Florida’s population by well over 700,000 people likely cost the state a seat in Congress for the next decade.
A post-enumeration survey released on Thursday estimated significant undercounts in six states: Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas. That’s based on low self-response rates to Census surveys. More