San Joaquin Valley Latino Immigrants: Implications of Survey Findings for Census 2020
Examines how 2020 Census collection methods could affect data accuracy for the San Joaquin Valley, a large, rural agricultural area with a significant Latino immigrant population. Focuses on the impact of whether the Census included a citizenship question and addresses impacts of other factors on response rate, including internet access, mail delivery, and more. Discusses the potential impacts of undercounting on program funding and other areas.
Edward Kissam, Richard Mines, Cindy Quezada, Jo Ann Intili, Gail Wadsworth
California Institute for Rural Studies
Hispanic or Latino · Immigrants · Research methods and resources · Statistics and data · California