Chances are you won’t get a census form to fill out next year. Instead you’ll be asked to complete census 2020 online.
That’s one of the big changes ahead, as the the U.S. Census Bureau prepares for the 24th counting of America on April 1, 2020 – one year from Monday.
- There will be fewer than 10 questions, mostly about age, gender, race and household relationships.
- The courts have yet to make a final decision on whether citizenship will be asked.
- Everyone living in the United States on April 1, 2020, is to be counted, but not anyone born April 2 or later.