Women are almost three times more likely than men to leave the workforce because of coronavirus-related child care demands, a new census survey finds.
Counting efforts including door-knocking and online responses are ending a month earlier than planned.
While the U.S. Census Bureau is bound by law to protect private information, it’s not unreasonable that Muslim Americans would be concerned.
The coronavirus has led to a push for more states to let their citizens vote by mail.
Filling out your census form online, by mail or phone will reduce the number of doors field workers will have to knock in the coming months.
How do you know that the person at your door is legit?
Do census workers still go door to door? And what happens if you aren't counted?
It's the first once-a-decade census in which most people are being encouraged to answer questions via the internet.
The chief justice initially leaned toward siding with the Trump administration, but changed his mind, CNN reported.
Some states haven't dedicated any money to preparing for the 2020 census, which determines representation in Congress and federal funding allocations.