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Changes to 2020 Census operations are being deployed to ensure the safety of staff and the public while maximizing the number of households that respond.
To increase call center capacity, the Census Bureau is reinstating the callback option and making more employees available to respond to requests.
This week, the U.S. Census Bureau began following up with households nationwide that have not yet responded to the 2020 Census.
Census workers will occasionally follow up with households over the phone to ask questions about their responses to the 2020 Census or other household surveys.
The U.S. Census Bureau offers more language support for the decennial census than ever before – online, by phone and by mail.
Invitations to Respond Arrive at Households March 12-20.
Due to staffing adjustments driven by guidance regarding COVID-19, the Census Bureau is working to mitigate the impact on 2020 Census call centers.
The U.S. Census Bureau is carefully monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and will follow the guidance of federal, state and local health authorities.
Invitations to respond to the 2020 Census questionnaire to be mailed to households throughout the country.
Responses to the 2020 Census are on track as more than 60% of U.S. households have responded to the 2020 Census.
About 64 million households across the nation are receiving a paper questionnaire in the coming days.
The Group Quarters Advance Contact (GQAC) operation will help prepare for a successful population count of group quarters facilities during the 2020 Census.
Over 99% of all U.S. households will be able to respond to the census in their language.
The Census Bureau is committed to making the 2020 Census quick, easy, and safe for all participants. Here are some tips to help you stay safe.
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.
Today is Census Day, the day that determines who is counted in the 2020 Census and where they are counted.
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.
Response Rate Map Shows Latest Data for Every Community Across U.S. Now Available Online.
The Census Bureau is releasing daily 2020 Census housing unit completion rates including the 2020 Census self-response & Nonresponse Followup completion rates.
The U.S. Census Bureau will hire for a limited number of positions over the next year. Those positions will be filled using the current applicant pool.
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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.