‘We're Still Too Low': South Florida Has Until 6 a.m. Friday to Fill Out the 2020 Census “We’re asking everybody to go out there and, please, if you haven’t filled out the Census, we’re still too low. We’re in the 50 percent range,” said Mayor Francis Suarez in a video statement Thursday Original Article /
Original Source: Click Orlando Article All in-person census taking halted amid coronavirus outbreak The fight to flatten the curve of the coronavirus is having an impact on the 2020 U.S. census count. A U.S. Census Bureau spokesperson confirms, because of COVID-19 and social distancing measures, the Bureau had to temporarily stop all in person interactions
Source: Spectrum News The Government Accountability Office reports the Census Bureau is at risk of not being ready for the 2020 count. the U.S. Census Bureau is behind in recruiting workers and establishing partnerships with civic groups, and it is at risk of missing some informational technology testing goals. We talk readiness with key leaders in
Political Hispanic: “Florida seeks to avoid failures in the 2020 census with help from community groups”
Source: PoliticalHispanic.com An initiative by several Florida organizations aims to raise $2 million to create an “accurate” census in this state, which lost approximately $20 billion in federal funding due to failures in the last national census count. So far, the “Florida Counts Census 2020” initiative, promoted by organizations such as the Wallace H.