Tag Archives: 2020 Census
Getting An Accurate Census Count in Far West Texas Is Always Tough. The Pandemic Made It Even Harder.
By Carlos Morales Concerns West Texans may be undercounted during the 2020 Census are mounting as the coronavirus pandemic complicates the work of surveyors. The Census Bureau and local advocates already considered the Big Bend home to some of the … Continue reading
As The 2020 Census Draws Nearer, Permian Basin Communities Brainstorm How To Count Transient Workers
By Mitch Borden Over the last ten years, the population of West Texas has soared as its oil fields were revived by hydraulic fracturing. And now, with the upcoming 2020 U.S. census, community leaders are trying to track down the … Continue reading
By Mitch Borden The U.S. census is still a year away, but city officials and industry leaders in the Permian Basin are trying to plan how they’ll count all the people who have flocked to the region in the last … Continue reading