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photo - Wooden Cubes Change from 2021 to 2022 Census Delays Complicate California’s Election Process Delays in the 2020 Census due to COVID-19 mean that the state’s redistricting commission will set legislative boundaries later than originally planned, which could cause challenges for California’s election timelines. Read More
photo = Census Field Worker Approaching House California’s Census Response Is Strong, but Concerns Remain California’s Census 2020 response rate is currently ahead of the rest of the country. Still, a number of challenges—including uncertainty as to the census deadline for completing field work—could put a complete count at risk. Read More
photo - Census 2020 Form and US Flag Shorter Timeline Threatens Census Count As the in-person follow-up phase of Census 2020 gets underway, COVID-19 and an earlier-than-expected deadline pose challenges for ensuring a complete count. Read More
photo - Census 2020 Form and US Flag Census Responses Lagging during COVID-19 California’s self-response rate so far on the 2020 Census is lower than ten years ago, but it is slightly higher than for the nation as a whole. Read More
photo - Mark Baldassare and Secretary of State Alex Padilla Video: A Conversation with Secretary of State Alex Padilla Secretary of State Padilla talks with PPIC’s Mark Baldassare about addressing racial discrimination and discusses conducting a census count and an election during COVID-19. Read More
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