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What is the 2020 census?
The U.S. Constitution calls on the federal government to conduct a basic count of all residents living in the country every 10 years. The next population count is this year (2020).• The census questionnaire is short (9 questions), takes an average of 10 minutes to complete, and only asks for basic information (e.g., age, sex, race, type of housing, etc.)from all people regularly sharing your address. It does not ask for sensitive information like social security numbers, immigration status or bank account information.The census helps to improve Our County• Information from the 2020 Census will help to distribute billions of dollars in federal resources. Every year, California gets billions of dollars based on census information that helps pay for schools, roads, police, fire, health care and many more services. An under count would jeopardize our full share of these resources.
How can someone complete their questionnaire?
For the first time, residents can complete their forms online, but still have the option of responding by phone or mail. Go to census.lacounty.gov for more information and to complete your questionnaire. If you don’t respond by phone, mail or the Internet, a census worker may visit your home.
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Mayor Robert Gonzales
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