Some States Are More Difficult for an Accurate Census Count Than Others
"For the 2020 Census, 4.5 million children live in areas that are hard-to-count," reports Roxanne Scott.
That finding comes from a recent Urban Institute report on the risks of miscounting the 2020 Census. Writing from the state of Georgia, Scott's interest is in the difficulties of counting children in Georgia, which is one of the states with the highest risk of undercounting children.
Statewide, 22 percent of Georgia’s population live in hard-to-count areas.
The article has more information on steps already underway in Georgia to ensure an accurate count.