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Census influences how public funds are allocated

by | Mar 18, 2020 | Latest

Although Census Day 2020 is not officially until April 1, forms requesting responses to the national head count started arriving in mailboxes this month.

The U.S. Census Bureau reported that 95 percent of households will receive their census invitation by mail and about five percent of households, such as those that use post office boxes as addresses, will get their invitation when dropped of at their residence by a census worker.

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