Questions about the Census? Problems?
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The U.S. Constitution requires an actual count of all persons in the United States based on where they live or sleep most of the time. The process is conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau every 10 years and is responsible for the allocation of resources and redistricting.
2020 Census Citizenship Question https://lawyerscommittee.org/2020-census-citizenship-question/
Election Protection https://866ourvote.org/
Hagase Contar https://hagasecontar.org/
Asian Americans Advancing Justice
Count Us in 2020 https://www.countusin2020.org/
Arab American Institute
Yalla Count Me In https://yallacountmein.org/
U.S. Census Bureau www.census.gov
The allocation of nearly $800 billion annually for federal programs and services
- An accurate count is needed for resources like education programs, job training, transportation improvements, and a host of other needed services in our communities;
The number of representatives for each state in the U.S. House of Representatives (reapportionment), and affects how districts are drawn (redistricting)
- An inaccurate count will result in flawed data used to draw election districts for your federal & state elected officials as well as your county commissions, city councils, and school boards.
- When does the census start and end?
- Do I have to fill out the census form?
- Will my answers be kept confidential?
- Why are we being asked to respond by the internet?
- What happens if I am temporarily living with a relative?
- What happens if I don’t fill out the form?
- Do I have to list my children, and what about children in college?
- Will I be asked to provide my social security number?
- Must I state if I am a US citizen?
- Will the questionnaire be in my native language?