Census enumeration refers to the process of collecting data on population, housing, and other demographic characteristics of a particular region or country. It involves a specialized set of skills and techniques to ensure accurate and complete data is collected. Census enumerators are typically trained professionals who follow standardized procedures to gather information from individuals or households. The data collected from census enumeration is used for a variety of purposes, including redistricting, resource allocation, and policy planning.
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