The 2020 Census has finished collecting responses.
Data collection for the 2020 Census ended on October 15, 2020.
Thank you to everyone who responded to the census. A complete and accurate census count is important for Dublin's future because census statistics help determine the number of seats each state holds in the U.S. House of Representatives and how billions of dollars in federal funds will be allocated by state, local, and federal lawmakers every year for the next 10 years.
The Census Bureau reported that over 99.5% of housing units in America were counted in the 2020 Census. This response rate includes the work of census enumerators, referred to as "non-response follow up" or NRFU.
Dublin's overall self-response rate was 78.6% with the rest having been accounted for through the Census Bureau’s NRFU operation.
Dublin’s self-response rate varied from a low of 61% to a high of 89% based on census tracts as shown in the map to the right.
The self-response rate in 2020 was an improvement from Dublin's 2010 self-response rate of 71%.
Visit the 2020 Census website to look up more details about response rates by community.
The Census Bureau is working hard to process the data in order to deliver complete and accurate state population counts as close as possible to the Dec. 31, 2020, statutory deadline. Data at the County and City level is expected to be available in 2021.
You can explore data about people, places and the economy on the Census Bureau’s website.