Enumerators follow up with nonresponding households, but aren't always successful. For the next decennial count, the Census Bureau has set a goal of not exceeding this cost, without adjusting for inflation. One major change that could help the agency curb costs is that, for the first time, responses will be submitted online. Respondents will be able to enter their information using a unique ID code mailed to their homes or by providing identifying information that matches administrative records.
The agency expects the majority of Americans to file electronically rather than mail in their forms. An analysis by the Center for Urban Research found congressional districts with lower mail return rates were correlated with higher percentages of households lacking internet subscriptions or having poor connections.
Low-income households are more likely to use mobile phones to get online, which presents another potential hurdle for the Census. Mobile devices have longer load times, and respondents are more likely to not complete surveys than those using desktop computers. A report last week by the Leadership Conference Education Fund and Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality outlined recommendations for the Census Bureau and local governments to prepare for the Census.
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They included setting aside computers in public facilities for completing the Census and emphasizing participation using social media, email and text messaging. In a call with reporters, Indivar Dutta-Gupta, co-executive director of the Georgetown think tank, also said localities should partner with the Census Bureau, share data with the agency and participate in what are known as complete count committees. Officials are further encouraged to assist the Census Bureau in updating its list of residential addresses for inclusion in the upcoming count.
Localities have until Dec. Mail return rates represent final rates after all initial and replacement survey questionnaires were received.
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Initial mail response rates recorded in April not shown are typically lower. The annual gathering is a radical experiment in urban design that rebuilds itself in the desert every year -- with the help of its residents. From building public art to creating "sacred spaces," the annual event is inspiring leaders across America.
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Bristol and Washington Counties Kent and Newport Counties Providence County.
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Robertson, Smith, and Williamson Counties. Washington, Windham, and Windsor Counties. Limestone, Madison, Marion, Morgan, St. Clair, and Walker Counties. Fairfield County 7. Hartford County 8. Middlesex and Tolland Counties 9. New Haven County New London County Windham and Litchfield Counties.
Joseph, and Elkhart Counties Lafourche, Ascension, St. James, Pointe Coupee, St. John the Baptist, St. Bernard, and St. Charles Parishes Landry, Natchitoches, Rapides, St. Orleans Parish. Cumberland County Oxford and Waldo Counties Somerset and Penobscot Counties Allegany and Anne Arundel Counties Baltimore excluding the city of Baltimore , Calvert, and Caroline Counties Cecil, Charles, and Dorchester Counties Frederick, Harford, and Kent Counties Bristol County Norfolk and Barnstable Counties Franklin, Dukes, and Berkshire Counties Hampden County and a few entries for the town of Paxton in Worcester County City of Boston Middlesex County part Clair, Washtenaw, St.
Louis, Ste. Genevieve, Perry, St. Francois, and Cape Girardeau Counties Cheshire and Sullivan Counties Grafton and Coos Counties Merrimack and Hillsboro Counties Strafford County. Bergan and Essex Counties Burlington and Monmouth Counties Morris, Sussex, and Warren Counties Somerset, Middlesex, and Hunterdon Counties. Allegany and Albany Counties Broome, Cattaraugus, and Clinton Counties Chenango and Chautauqua Counties Cortland and Cayuga Counties Delaware County Franklin and Genesee Counties Herkimer and Hamilton Counties Jefferson and Lewis Counties Livingston and Madison Counties Monroe County Montgomery and Niagara Counties New York City, wards Oneida County Onondaga County Otsego County Putnam, Rockland, and Suffolk Counties Queens and Dutchess Counties Rensselaer County Richmond and Ulster Counties Lawrence and Steuben Counties Saratoga County Seneca, Tioga, and Tompkins Counties Sullivan and Greene Counties Warren and Washington Counties Westchester and Kings Counties Orange County Erie and Essex Counties Orleans and Oswego Counties Schoharie and Schenectady Counties Wayne and Yates Counties.
Butler, Belmont, and Brown Counties Champaign, Clark, Clermont, and Columbiana Counties Coshocton, Cuyahoga, Crawford, and Clinton Counties Darke, Delaware, Fairfield, and Fayette Counties Hamilton and Hocking Counties Miami, Monroe, and Montgomery Counties Morgan, Muskingum, and Perry Counties Pickaway, Pike, Portage, and Preble Counties Richland and Ross Counties Tuscarawas, Trumbull, Union, and Washington Counties Adams and Berks Counties Allegheny County Bradford, Armstrong, and Luzerne Counties Bucks County Butler, Northumberland, Erie, and Mifflin Counties Chester County Crawford, Mercer, and Union Counties Cumberland and Delaware Counties Dauphin and Franklin Counties Bedford and Indiana Counties Lebanon and Montgomery Counties Lehigh County Northampton and Perry Counties Pike, Schuylkill, Wayne, and York Counties Susquehanna, Fayette, and Greene Counties Tioga and Washington Counties Venango and Westmoreland Counties Warren, Columbia, Beaver, and Centre Counties Huntington and Lycoming Counties.
Franklin, Orleans, and Washington Counties Grand Isle, Bennington, and Addison Counties Essex and Orange Counties Windham and Chittenden Counties Windsor and Caledonia Counties Rutland County. Blount, Benton, and Cherokee Counties 4. De Kalb, Fayette, and Franklin Counties 5. Dale, Dallas, and Greene Counties 6. Henry, Jefferson, and Lowndes Counties 7. Jackson and Lauderdale Counties 8. Limestone and Lawrence Counties 9. Macon, Marengo, and Mobile Counties City of Mobile and Montgomery County City of Montgomery and Monroe and Perry Counties Pickens and Pike Counties Morgan, Marion, Marshall, and Madison Counties Randolph, St.
Clair, and Talladega Counties Russell, Shelby, Sumter, and Tallapoosa Counties Tuscaloosa, Washington, Walker, and Wilcox Counties. Fairfield County part Hartford County part Litchfield County New Haven County part New London County part Tolland County Windham County.
Newton, Oglethorpe, Paulding, and Pike Counties Screven, Stewart, and Sumter Counties Adams and Alexander Counties Bond, Boone, Brown, and Bureau Counties Coles, Cook, and Crawford Counties Fayette, Franklin, and Fulton Counties Kane, Knox, and Lake Counties Macon, Macoupin, Madison, and Marion Counties Mercer, Monroe, Montgomery, and Morgan Counties Ogle, Peoria, Perry, and Pike Counties Sangamon, Schuyler, and Scott Counties Shelby, Stark, Stephenson, and St. Clair Counties Tazewell, Union, Vermilion, and Wabash Counties Warren, Washington, and Wayne Counties Brown, Cass, and Clark Counties Clay, Clinton, Carroll, and Crawford Counties Daviess and Dearborn Counties Elkhart, Fayette, and Floyd Counties Fountain, Franklin, and Fulton Counties Gibson, Grant, and Greene Counties Hamilton, Hancock, and Harrison Counties Jackson, Jasper, Jay, and Jefferson Counties Jennings and Johnson Counties Lagrange and Lawrence Counties Hendricks and Henry Counties Huntington, Madison, and Marion Counties Orange, Owen, and Parke Counties Perry, Pike, Porter, and Posey Counties Pulaski and Putnam Counties Randolph and Ripley Counties Rush, Scott, Shelby, and Spencer Counties Joseph, Starke, Sullivan, and Steuben Counties Switzerland, Tippecanoe, and Union Counties Vanderburgh, Vermillion , and Vigo Counties Wabash, Warren, Warrick, and Washington Counties Wells, White, Whitley, and Wayne Counties Marshall, Martin, Miami, and Monroe Counties Montgomery, Morgan, and Noble Counties.
Adair, Allen, Anderson, and Barren Counties Bath, Boone, and Bourbon Counties Caldwell, Calloway, and Campbell Counties Carroll, Casey, Christian, and Carter Counties Clark, Clay, Clinton, and Cumberland Counties Daviess, Estill, Edmonson, and Fayette Counties Fleming, Floyd, and Franklin Counties Gallatin, Garrard, Grant, and Graves Counties Grayson, Green, and Greenup Counties Henderson, Henry, Hickman, and Hopkins Counties Jefferson County Jessamine, Kenton, and Knox Counties Logan, Madison, and Marion Counties Monroe, Morgan, Montgomery, and Muhlenberg Counties Nelson, Nicholas, Ohio, and Oldham Counties Rockcastle, Russell, Scott, and Shelby Counties Union, Warren, and Washington Counties Wayne, Whitley, and Woodford Counties.
Rapides, St. Landry, Avoyelles, St. Mary, and Union Parishes Tammany Parishes Helena, and Livingston Parishes Orleans Parish excluding the city of New Orleans City of New Orleans, municipality no. Plaquemines, St. James, Ascension, and Assumption Parishes. Aroostook County Cumberland County part , city of Portland Cumberland County part excluding the city of Portland Franklin County Hancock County Kennebec County part Lincoln County part Oxford County part Penobscot County part Piscataquis County Somerset County Washington County Waldo County York County part York County part.
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Allegany County Anne Arundel County Baltimore County, city of Baltimore, wards City of Baltimore, wards City of Baltimore, wards 11 and 12 Baltimore County part excluding the city of Baltimore , collection districts Carroll, Calvert, and Charles Counties Cecil and Caroline Counties Dorchester and Frederick part Counties Frederick County part Harford and Kent Counties Montgomery County Prince George and Queen Annes Counties Mary's and Somerset Counties Talbot and Washington Counties Barnstable County Dukes County Berkshire County part Bristol County part Essex County part Hampden County part Norfolk County part Nantucket County Plymouth County part Suffolk County, city of Chelsea and city of Boston, wards Suffolk County, city of Boston, wards Cass, Chippewa, Clinton, and Eaton Counties Genesee, Hillsdale, Ingham, and Ionia Counties Jackson, Kalamazoo, and Kent Counties Lapeer and Lenawee Counties Livingston, Mackinac, Macomb, and Monroe Counties Oakland, Ottawa, and Oceana Counties Saginaw, Shiawassee, St.
Clair, and St. Joseph Counties Van Buren and Washtenaw Counties Wayne County. Clay, Clinton, Cole, and Cooper Counties Lewis, Lincoln, Linn, and Livingston Counties Francois, and Ste. Genevieve Counties Louis County Warren, Washington, and Wayne Counties.
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Cheshire County Coos County Grafton County part Hillsboro County part Merrimack County part Rockingham County part Sullivan County Strafford County part Strafford County part. Atlantic and Bergen Counties Burlington County Cape May and Cumberland Counties Essex County part , city of Newark Essex County part excluding the city of Newark Gloucester County Hudson and Hunterdon Counties Mercer County Monmouth County Morris County Passaic County Sussex County Salem County Warren County. Albany County part excluding the city of Albany Albany County part , city of Albany, wards Broome County Cattaragus County Chemung County Cayuga County part Chautauqua County part Chenango County Cortland County Clinton County Dutchess County part Erie County part Erie County part including the city of Buffalo Fulton County Genesee County part Greene County Kings County Jefferson County part Lewis County Livingston County Madison County Monroe County part New York County, city of New York, wards City of New York, wards 4 and 5 City of New York, wards 6 and 7 City of New York, ward 8 City of New York, ward 9 City of New York, ward 10 City of New York, wards 11 and 12 City of New York, ward 13 City of New York, ward 14 City of New York, ward 15 City of New York, ward 16 City of New York, ward 17 Niagara County Oneida County part Onondaga County part Ontario County part