Overall Self-Response Rates in NC
63.2% of households in NC have self-responded to the 2020 Census between March 12 and Oct 13, 2020.The top performing state is Minnesota (75.0%). North Carolina is currently ranked 36 out of 50 states and D.C. for self-response rate.
Nationally, 66.8% of households have self-responded to the census.
How are people responding to the 2020 Census in North Carolina?
49.4% of NC households responded to the census online versus 53.3% of households nationwide.
13.8% of NC households responded to the census by phone or mail versus 13.5% of households nationwide
Last updated: 10.14.20
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