Video clips include the ways (online, phone, paper) individuals can complete the 2020 Census questionnaire; census takers interviewing individuals in person; our processing operation; and our jobs and recruitment efforts.
These videos are provided by the U.S. Census Bureau Public Information Office.
By April 1, 2020, every home will receive an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census. You will have three options for responding: online, by phone, or by mail.
Depending on how likely the area is to respond online, households will receive either an invitation encouraging them to respond online or by phone (about 112 million households) or an invitation along with a paper questionnaire (about 31 million households).
In areas where 20 percent or more of the households need Spanish assistance, the invitations will be in both English and Spanish.
This video showcases how you can complete the 2020 Census on your phone, tablet, PC, or laptop.
This video highlights how you can complete the 2020 Census using online, by phone, or by mailing a paper questionnaire.
This video highlights how the 2020 Census is on track and on time to complete the count of everyone living in the United States.
In this video, you see a sample of why everyone is encouraged to complete the Census. An accurate count benefits how tax dollars are spent on schools, roads and emergency services.
This video features Spanish-speaking respondents participating in the 2020 Census through enumeration, online, over the phone, and using a paper questionnaire.
Federal law (Title 13) requires the U.S. Census Bureau to protect the privacy of information we collect from anyone completing the 2020 Census and all other surveys.
To assist the news media in telling the story of the importance of the 2020 Census, we have provided video and still images, which simulate the 2020 Census operation.
Safety and security are our top priority at the Census Bureau. This video showcases how we protect everyone’s information.
From job training to hiring, this video shows how the Census Bureau is making sure every employee is trained and ready to complete the task of counting everyone living in the United States.