Census 2020: Counting Everyone Once, Only Once, and in the Right Place
Every ten years the U.S. Census Bureau conducts a census of the population of the United States. The Decennial Census began in 1790 and each census involves years of planning to ensure a successful and complete count. With the 2020 Census approaching the U.S. Census Bureau is actively engaged in the planning for the 2020 Census and this planning process includes the help of the community to ensure that on April 1st 2020 we get the most accurate count possible.
Infographics and visualizations:
2020 Census at a glance
Road to the 2020 census
Counting young children in the 2020 census
2020 census: A design for hard to count populations
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