The US Census

Commentator Ev Ehrlich says the U.S. Census has a history of being inaccurate. One option for making it more efficient, says Erlich, is to use administrative lists like school records, driver's licenses, and other public records to give it a better idea of whom it might have missed in its first pass.

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