What questions are asked on the Census?

The Census form asks 11 questions about each person in a household:

1. Name

2. Phone number

3. Age

4. Sex

5. Citizenship

6. Hispanic Origin

7. Race

8. Relationship to Householder

9. Household Tenure/Ownership

10. Number of Persons in Household

11. Additional Residence Location (This question asks if the person has a usual home elsewhere so that folks are not double counted. The Census is counting “one person, one time, one place” to ensure fair representation.)

The Census Bureau estimates that it will take ten minutes per person in a household to complete the census form.