Yes. The online version of the census form will be available in the following languages: English Spanish Chinese Vietnamese Korean Russian Arabic Tagalog Polish French Haitian Creole Portuguese Japanese The Census Bureau also provides video and print language guides,...Read MoreRead more about Will the census form be available in multiple languages?
College students living in a dormitory on April 1, 2020 will be counted at their dormitory. However, college students living in off-campus housing should be counted at the off-campus housing if that is where they live most of the time. Those who live in prisons,...Read MoreRead more about What about college students or those who live in other places?
All residents living at an address as of April 1, 2020 should be counted. This includes family members, all children born on or before April 1, 2020, grandparents, and other, non-related persons living at an...Read MoreRead more about Who should be counted?
The Census Bureau has identified three primary uses: enhancing equal opportunity, educating children, and understanding changes. This information, in combination with other questions, helps the Census Bureau in their population estimates, for instance from 2010 to...Read MoreRead more about How are the responses to the citizenship question used?
As of July 9, 2019, the citizenship question is not on the 2020 Census form and is not being asked. It is part of the ongoing American Community Survey. Which is a sample survey that is also conducted by the Census Bureau and is annually asked of approximately 1 out...Read MoreRead more about What does the citizenship question ask?