201 - Targeting the Hard To Count: A Tool for Improving Census Coverage
Romalewski, Steven; CUNY Mapping Services
Using interactive mapping accessed via the City University of New York Graduate Center Mapping Services website, persons engaged in targeting their efforts to improve coverage in the 2010 Census—including Census officials, state and local government officials, and local “Be Counted” committees—can get the needed information.
Steven Romalewski, Director of Mapping Services, City University of New York.
Association of Public Data Users
Social Statistics; Demographic Statistics; Census Bureau; Bureau of Justice Statistics; US Dept of Justice; Bureau of Transportation Statistics; National Center for Education Statistics; US Dept of Education; National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics; National Science Foundation; US DOC; BJS; NCES; NCSES; NSF
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