U.S. 2020 Census Question Resolution Challenge Process Announced


The 2020 Census CQR provides an opportunity for tribal, state, and local governmental units (GUs) to request that the Census Bureau review their boundaries or housing counts by block to correct any in-scope errors affecting the inclusion or geographic allocation of housing and population counts. The Census Bureau will accept CQR cases requesting a review of legal boundaries (boundary case), a review of housing counts by 2020 census tabulation block (housing count case), or a review of both, and will research each case received. If certain geographic or processing errors are discovered during research, the Census Bureau will resolve the errors and distribute revised counts to all affected GUs.​




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