Our partners across the state have developed resources to support communities in ensuring a fair and accurate 2020 Census, including:
Advocates for Children of New Jersey’s Census 2020 NJ Web site features a statewide Hard-to-Count map for young children, a directory of local Complete Count Committees, in addition to resources for community advocates in both English and Spanish.
The Fund for New Jersey’s Complete Count NJ Web site, which includes interactive maps and factsheets to identify Hard-to-Count (HTC) areas in the state by legislative district, congressional district and demographic population.
The Hard to Count 2020 interactive map by the CUNY Mapping Service at the Center for Urban Research, CUNY Graduate Center, combines national data from multiple Census Bureau sources to show statistics by tract, county, or state on the share of households receiving each type of Census mailing. This resource can support advocates’ efforts to inform residents about what they can expect in 2020.