Definition of undercount
: to count fewer than the actual number of
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Chaldean leaders say the Census undercounts their size in Michigan.
Trump has turned to Kasowitz for matters that include debt restructuring and suing an author who Trump said undercounted his net worth.
Areas and groups that are differentially undercounted are penalized, as the grant funds go to those places more fully counted.
If anything, Gerend said, the automatic counters undercounted by a slight amount.
And that number undercounts the actual total of patients who receive the go-ahead, since a request can cover many patients, not just one.
But in broad terms, the Trump supporters were right — in key states, their votes were undercounted by pollsters.
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