Census missed households in rural and Native American areas

The report is the last in a series of agency estimates about the quality of the troubled 2020 count, which recorded historic misses of minority populations.

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August 16, 2022 - 4:19 PM

2020 Census. (Photo illustration by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/TNS)

WASHINGTON — The 2020 census missed the most households on Native American reservations and in other rural areas, according to the latest Census Bureau report released Tuesday.

The Census Bureau missed more than one in 20 households on Native American reservations and about one in 25 households in the most rural areas of the country, the report states.

The report is the last in a series of agency estimates about the quality of the troubled 2020 count, which recorded historic misses of minority populations.

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