Hard-to-Count Fact Sheets

Many California residents live in areas that, based on demographic, socioeconomic and housing characteristics, may be hard to count in the 2020 Census. The fact sheets below show detailed hard-to-count information specific for all the Senate, Assembly and Congressional Districts, as well as all 58 counties and also cities/census designated places (CDP) with estimated populations greater than 50,000. 

Download the statewide fact sheet here (PDF).

The information in these fact sheets is from the California Hard-to-Count Interactive map, which shows California census tracts and block groups shaded by their California Hard-to-Count Index, a metric that incorporates 14 variables correlated with an area being difficult to enumerate. Learn more about the California Hard-to-Count Interactive map here.

Cities

The fact sheets below are available for cities and Census designated places (CDP) with estimated populations greater than 50,000.

  1. Alameda
  2. Alhambra
  3. Aliso Viejo
  4. Anaheim
  5. Antioch
  6. Apple Valley
  7. Arcadia
  8. Arden-Arcade CDP
  9. Bakersfield
  10. Baldwin Park
  11. Bellflower
  12. Berkeley
  13. Brentwood
  14. Buena Park
  15. Burbank
  16. Camarillo
  17. Carlsbad
  18. Carmichael CDP
  19. Carson
  20. Castro Valley CDP
  21. Cathedral City
  22. Cerritos
  23. Chico
  24. Chino Hills
  25. Chino
  26. Chula Vista
  27. Citrus Heights
  28. Clovis
  29. Colton
  30. Compton
  31. Concord
  32. Corona
  33. Costa Mesa
  34. Cupertino
  35. Daly City
  36. Davis
  37. Delano
  38. Diamond Bar
  39. Downey
  40. Dublin
  41. East Los Angeles CDP
  42. Eastvale
  43. El Cajon
  44. El Monte
  45. Elk Grove
  46. Encinitas
  47. Escondido
  48. Fairfield
  49. Florence-Graham CDP
  50. Folsom
  51. Fontana
  52. Fountain Valley
  53. Fremont
  54. Fresno
  55. Fullerton
  56. Garden Grove
  57. Gardena
  58. Gilroy
  59. Glendale
  60. Glendora
  61. Hacienda Heights CDP
  62. Hanford
  63. Hawthorne
  64. Hayward
  65. Hemet
  66. Hesperia
  67. Highland
  68. Huntington Beach
  69. Huntington Park
  70. Indio
  71. Inglewood
  72. Irvine
  73. Jurupa Valley
  74. La Habra
  75. La Mesa
  76. Laguna Niguel
  77. Lake Elsinore
  78. Lake Forest
  79. Lakewood
  80. Lancaster
  81. Livermore
  82. Lodi
  83. Long Beach
  84. Los Angeles
  85. Lynwood
  86. Madera
  87. Manteca
  88. Menifee
  89. Merced
  90. Milpitas
  91. Mission Viejo
  92. Modesto
  93. Montebello
  94. Monterey Park
  95. Moreno Valley
  96. Mountain View
  97. Murrieta
  98. Napa
  99. National City
  100. Newport Beach
  101. Norwalk
  102. Novato
  103. Oakland
  104. Oceanside
  105. Ontario
  106. Orange
  107. Oxnard
  108. Palm Desert
  109. Palmdale
  110. Palo Alto
  111. Paramount
  112. Pasadena
  113. Perris
  114. Petaluma
  115. Pico Rivera
  116. Pittsburg
  117. Placentia
  118. Pleasanton
  119. Pomona
  120. Porterville
  121. Rancho Cordova
  122. Rancho Cucamonga
  123. Redding
  124. Redlands
  125. Redondo Beach
  126. Redwood City
  127. Rialto
  128. Richmond
  129. Riverside
  130. Rocklin
  131. Rosemead
  132. Roseville
  133. Rowland Heights 
  134. Sacramento
  135. Salinas
  136. San Bernardino
  137. San Clemente
  138. San Diego
  139. San Francisco
  140. San Jose
  141. San Leandro
  142. San Marcos
  143. San Mateo
  144. San Rafael
  145. San Ramon
  146. Santa Ana
  147. Santa Barbara
  148. Santa Clara
  149. Santa Clarita
  150. Santa Cruz
  151. Santa Maria
  152. Santa Monica
  153. Santa Rosa
  154. Santee
  155. Simi Valley
  156. South Gate
  157. South San Francisco
  158. South Whittier CDP
  159. Stockton
  160. Sunnyvale
  161. Temecula
  162. Thousand Oaks
  163. Torrance
  164. Tracy
  165. Tulare
  166. Turlock
  167. Tustin
  168. Union City
  169. Upland
  170. Vacaville
  171. Vallejo
  172. Ventura
  173. Victorville
  174. Visalia
  175. Vista
  176. Walnut Creek
  177. Watsonville
  178. West Covina
  179. West Sacramento
  180. Westminster
  181. Whittier
  182. Woodland
  183. Yorba Linda
  184. Yuba City
  185. Yucaipa

Statewide