New Census director has faith in quality of 2020 numbers
The new U.S. Census Bureau director says he is listening to the concerns of data users and policymakers, and the agency is making permanent community outreach efforts, in an effort to restore any trust that was lost following attempts by the Trump administration to politicize the nation’s head count.
Researchers worry about Census' gap in 2020 survey data
Researchers are worried about coronavirus-related disruptions to one of the U.S. Census Bureau’s most important surveys about how Americans live, saying a gap in the 2020 data will make it more difficult to understand the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and measure year-to-year changes.
Northern districts need to shrink, central districts need to expand in SA redistricting
San Antonio’s population has grown by about 8 percent between 2010 and 2020, but it hasn’t happened equally across the city. An initial assessment of Census data by an outside law firm indicates the ideal size of a council district should be about 143,441.