The deadline to be counted in the 2020 census has been shortened from October 31 to September 30.
Texas will lose $300 million per year in federal revenue for every 1% of the population not counted. Texas ranks in the bottom half of total response rates nationwide and time is quickly running out.
See how funds in your county could be at risk
Check out this interactive map to see predicted rates of response.
The federal government has altered the census schedule due to COVID-19. See the update here.
The census is a population count required by the U.S. Constitution that occurs once every 10 years. Data from the 2020 census will set the foundation for important federal, state, and local changes that will impact REALTORS® for the next decade.
“If you’re marketing your town as a great place to live with plenty of reliable services and amenities, the 2020 census should matter to you.” – National Association of REALTORS®