The first census in 1790 established the principle of “usual residence”—counting people where they live and sleep most of the time. Most people can easily identify their usual residence. But for some, it’s not so easy. Knowing where to be counted in the census can be complicated if you don’t have a permanent home, if you live in group housing, or if you divide your time between two homes. The information below will help you know where you and everyone in your household should be counted in the 2020 Census.
Census Bureau Statement on Coronavirus and the 2020 Census
The U.S. Census Bureau is carefully monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and will follow the guidance of federal, state and local health authorities.
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