Chicago Reacts To Decision At Federal Level To End Census EarlyThe feds had no comment for us about a court order that suddenly ended the Census last week. But Chicago leaders did.
Census Count Could End ThursdayShould the court end the census prematurely, a number of events are planned for Thursday, to make one last push for people to take the census.
Wash And Be Counted: Free Laundry Exchanged For CensusIllinois has a 70% census response rate so far, but Chicago is at 60%.
Census-Takers Coming To Knock On Doors In Chicago July 30; Spokesman Says Census Is On BudgetComing soon to a door near you – U.S. Census takers.
With Pandemic Hampering Census Efforts, Cook County Officials Seek More Help With Population CountCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle said, due to the pandemic, officials had to adjust their outreach strategy to protect the health and safety of census takers and the general public.
Booming Indiana Town Hoping For Accurate Census Count Amid COVID-19 ShutdownDespite data that shows people are moving out of Lake County, Indiana, sleepy St. John saw its population triple between 2005 and 2017, according to its comprehensive plan.
Cook County Commissioner Puts Out Multilingual Effort To Get People To Fill Out CensusIllinois is in the top ten for states that have responded to the U.S. Census, yet some parts of Chicagoland could be undercounted because of a language barrier.
It's A Coronavirus Scam: Bogus Message Claims Victims Need To Fill Out Census To Get Stimulus CheckIn the latest digital scam, crooks are using the U.S. Census to get their hands on COVID-19 stimulus money intended for unsuspecting victims.
2020 U.S. Census: The Count Begins Today With First-Time Online Access For AmericansThe U.S. Census officially begins today, which makes it a good time to do your 10 minute civil and legal duty by filling out the information online.
You Paid For It: U.S. Census Could Be Making Some Of The Taxpayer Dollars It Spends Back, But It's Never TriedTens of billions of taxpayer dollars have been used to conduct the U.S. Census – and there is a way the federal government could make some of that money back.
'Be Counted': City Spending Millions To Make Sure Everyone In Chicago Is Counted In 2020 U.S. CensusThe city of Chicago is spending $2.7 million to make sure you’re counted in the upcoming Census, in an effort to make sure the city doesn’t lose out on federal funding tied to population.
Twelve Questions About The 2020 Census, AnsweredHere are the answers to 12 common questions about the 2020 U.S. Census.
Report: Blacks, Latinos At Risk Of Undercount In 2020 CensusUndercounting could diminish power and money in those areas for the next decade. The 2020 census determines the allocation of more than $675 billion in federal spending on schools, transportation and health care, as well which states gain or lose U.S. congressional seats.
Chicago Still 3rd Largest City In US Despite Population DeclineThe yearly estimates released this week show that Chicago remains the nation's third-largest city with just over 2.7 million residents, down an estimated 7,073 from 2017 to 2018.
Illinois Organizations Prepare For 2020 CensusAt least $34 billion in federal funding for programs that directly assist Illinois residents is tied to census figures.