Supporting the 2020 Census
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Partners help spread the message about the importance of participation in Census 2020 in their communities. These trusted voices help create awareness about the importance of participating, and ultimately saving millions of taxpayer dollars. Partners include government, non-profit, corporate and community organizations that spread the message and mobilize their constituents to support the goal of a complete count.
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Spread the word
Share or download Census 2020 materials, including visualizations and infographics.
Host a Census 2020 meeting or event.
Form or participate in a local Complete Count Committee to encourage participation in your community.
California Complete Count
- California Budget 2018-19 – Census 2020 Budget (PDF)
- California Complete Count – Census 2020 About Us (PDF)
- California Interactive Map: Hard-to-Count Index by Census Tract and Block Group
- County Maps: 2016 Planning Database Low Response Score (LRS) by Census Tract
- Funding Methodology and Documents
- Identifying California’s Hard-to-Count in Census 2020 – Descriptions of the 14 variables that comprise the CA-HTC Index
- Regional Convenings 2018 Schedule – Infographic (PDF)
U.S. Census Bureau
- 2020 Census at a Glance
- 2020 Census Milestones and Timeline
- Census 101
- Census 101 for Students (PDF)
- Counting Young Children in the 2020 Census (PDF)
- Glossary of Census Terms
- Providence, Rhode Island Testing Results and Infographic
- Race and Ethnicity
- Road to the 2020 Census
- Why We Ask Fact Sheet (PDF)
Contact the U.S. Census Bureau
Call Center: 301-763-INFO (4636) or 800-923-8282 or ask.census.gov
TDD: TTY users can dial 1-800-877-8339 to use the Federal Relay Service