US Census 2020 Q & A
What is the Census?
The federal Census was established by Congress and the first Census was done in 1790. The Census is completed every ten years to determine how many people are living in the United States, where they are living, and the ages, sex and ethnic and racial make-up of the population. This information is used to determine where and how over $675 billion dollars is spent every year—an average of $2500/year for every person counted—and how many federal and state representatives each state will have. The federal government wants everyone who is living in the country to be counted once at the location where they regularly live OR at the location where they are living on April 1st, 2020. MORE
Filling out the Census online (6min)
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