#39 Measuring the Latinx "Tsunami" and Its Impact on the US

October 3, 2019

The United States is home to over 50 million people of Hispanic/Latinx origin. Host Justin Milner talks with Urban’s chief methodologist Rob Santos and Matt Barreto, a political scientist from UCLA and cofounder of the polling and research firm Latino Decisions, about Latinx identity and how to accurately collect data to reflect the presence of Latinx people, particularly in the 2020 Census.

Related links:
Assessing Miscounts in the 2020 Census
2020 Census: Who’s At Risk of Being Miscounted?
Aiming for the True Count: Four Numbers That Matter in the 2020 Census
Fairness, Not Just Accuracy, Is Vital to the 2020 Census
Latino Decisions