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A false rumor is circulating that individuals posing as workers for the Department of Home Affairs are going door-to-door to check IDs for the 2020 Census.
The 2020 Census is an important moment for Puerto Rico and for your community.
The U.S. Census Bureau today announced it is on track to conduct multiple follow-up activities aimed at ensuring a complete and accurate count.
Many households across Puerto Rico will receive a letter by mail from the U.S. Census Bureau this week inviting them to respond to the 2020 Census.
People who have already responded may get multiple visits or phone calls to verify that they responded, or to check addresses and and other information.
This week, the U.S. Census Bureau began to release daily 2020 Census Nonresponse Followup workload completion rates by area census office.
The U.S Census Bureau is committed to a complete and accurate count of American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) population, wherever they live.
The U.S. Census Bureau announced that it will begin following up in select areas with households that have not yet responded to the 2020 Census.
Based on the current self-response rate of 61.8%, the Census Bureau estimates it will visit approx. 56 million addresses to collect responses in person.
The U.S. Census Bureau announced that it will begin following up with households in select areas that have not yet responded to the 2020 Census.
As of Oct. 12, 2020, 99.9% of housing units have been accounted for so far in the 2020 Census.
With 32.5% counted by census takers and other field data collection operations, and 66.6% of housing units responding online, by phone or by mail.
Today is Census Day, the day that determines who is counted in the 2020 Census and where they are counted.
Electronic response data transfer (eResponse) method for the 2020 Census.
The operation will count those living in housing such as RV parks, campgrounds, marinas, and temporary housing such as hotels and motels.
About 64 million households across the nation are receiving a paper questionnaire in the coming days.
This week, the U.S. Census Bureau began following up with households nationwide that have not yet responded to the 2020 Census.
The U.S. Census Bureau is informing households that they may also receive a follow-up visit to ensure everyone is counted in the 2020 Census.
The U.S. Census Bureau will resume dropping off 2020 Census invitation packets at homes beginning May 22.
Regional staff can help you verify the identity of a local census taker or connect you with your partnership specialist.
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Help & FAQs
We want to make sure you have answers to all of your questions about the 2020 Census.
How many people in your community have already responded to the 2020 Census? Keep track with this map of response rates.
The Census Bureau provides partners with educational resources and outreach materials about the 2020 Census to help them engage their communities.