How to Identify a Census Taker

Published on Aug 20, 2020 in 2020 Census

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Complete Count Specialists for NWGRC Region

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The U.S. Census Bureau began following up with households nationwide that have not yet responded to the 2020 Census. Based on the current self-response rate of 63.8%, the Census Bureau estimates it will need to visit about 56 million addresses to collect responses in person. Up to 500,000 census takers across the country will go door to door to assist people in responding to the 2020 Census. Read More

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The U.S. Census Bureau has launched a new tool — dubbed the Census COVID-19 Hub — designed to help guide the nation as it begins recovery efforts from the sweeping COVID-19 pandemic by providing economic and demographic data.

he COVID-19 Hub features data on more than 30 demographic, socio-economic and housing variables from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS); the number of businesses, employment and payroll from its County Business Patterns survey (CBP); and data on self-employed people from its Nonemployer Statistics (NES) program.

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2020 Census count lags in Georgia amid coronavirus

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2020 Census Response Rate Map

Published on Apr 09, 2020 in 2020 Census

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2020 Census Response Rate Map

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The 2020 Census Participant Statistical Areas Program (PSAP) enables invited participants to review and verify selected statistical area boundaries for 2020 Census data tabulation following U.S. Census Bureau guidelines and criteria.

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Every decade, technology plays a greater role in the way the census is conducted.

For the first time during a decennial census, the majority of people in the United States are using digital and social media in their everyday lives.

“The rise of digital and social media use has exponentially increased the speed of how accurate and inaccurate information can spread,” said Stephen Buckner, assistant director for communications at the U.S. Census Bureau. “We know that many people may not know what the census is because it happens only every 10 years, making it a likely target for misinformation and disinformation campaigns, which is why we’ve been actively preparing to defend against them.”

To prevent the spread of fake, false and inaccurate information, that can negatively influence 2020 Census participation and response, the Census Bureau has established the government’s first ever Trust & Safety Team to protect the count. […]

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Starting in 2019, you may notice census takers in your neighborhood.

This is a normal part of preparations for the 2020 Census. Census Bureau employees will also be in the community to continue collecting information for the American Community Survey and other ongoing surveys.

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U.S. Census in Georgia

Published on Apr 11, 2019 in 2020 Census

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Visit the Georgia Census website at https://census.georgia.gov/

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