United States Census Bureau
They want to give the Census Bureau more time to finish the 2020 count, which is being rushed and is leaving communities of color behind.
Critics say the White House is out to undercount certain populations.
The administration’s rushed timeline means “we aren’t going to be able to ensure a fair and accurate count,” said Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.
Kate Brown said the Trump administration's decision to pull 2020 census takers out of the field sooner will leave communities of color behind.
The agency is ending the 2020 census early. Tribal communities will be skipped over, leaving them poorer and politically weakened.
The U.S. Census Bureau is cutting its data collection schedule by a month.
All collection efforts, including door-knocking and online responses, will conclude by Sept. 30, raising concerns that the count will be inaccurate.
It takes place every 10 years, and participating is easier than ever.
While the U.S. Census Bureau is bound by law to protect private information, it’s not unreasonable that Muslim Americans would be concerned.
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.