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Region I - Completing the Count - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Raposa
59:35
I just logged on to the link I’ve been tracking for months and the map (the one you displayed in your presentation now) is missing. Do you know where it went?
Noah D. Hodgetts
01:01:03
https://2020census.gov/en/response-rates/self-response.html
Sarah Raposa
01:02:55
Perfect? Thanks, I’ll update my link.
Sarah Raposa
01:03:11
I meant “Perfect!”
Carly Bari
01:10:02
@Sarah, yes, they just updated this page the other day to include all the Non-Response Follow Up data. You can still access the Self-Response rate map by scrolling down to "Keep up With the Count in Your Area" and clicking on the box on the right "Self-Response Rate"
Sarah Raposa
01:13:33
Thanks Carly!
Elizabeth McLoughlin
01:17:54
Will these great slides be available after the webinar?
Ben Bidell
01:22:42
Question for Carly - Are the final counts a hard count? If only ~70% of people respond to the Census, is that the final number?
Meg
01:22:57
Basic question - What is the Rate? It implies if we get 100% we have everyone?
Catherine Tulley
01:23:27
Will Complete Count Committees be able to access to NRFU data below the state level?
Catherine Tulley
01:24:05
*to access the NRFU data
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:24:14
My question is similar to Ben's and Meg's...how does the Census arrive at population numbers...do they estimate based on responses or is that the final population/data number used?
Jeff Levine (he/him)
01:24:18
Any sense of the likelihood that state lawsuits will success in restoring the later deadline for the census?
Jeff Levine (he/him)
01:24:33
*succeed
Dennis
01:26:01
With the extension of the deadline for getting information / responses, when does the Census Bureau anticipate releasing census data that can be used by municipalities and consultants?
Debbie Brett
01:27:02
Any chance of the deadline extended till the end of October, as was originally planned?
Catherine Tulley
01:28:48
Ok, great! Thank you
Debbie Brett
01:32:31
Kathleen's answer is absolutely correct. No estimates in the decennial -- only in the ACS.
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:32:39
Thank you Kathy and Carly...it's helpful to communicate to our residents that there's not "rounding up", that the count matters in knowing true population.
Emily Pasi
01:36:16
Kelly and Kathy both shared that tapping into influential local voices as a strategy for increasing self response rates and building trust. Here's one great example of this from the City of Houston, who tapped the local, famous rapper from the area to raise awareness of and trust for responding to Census https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NdZxBmiWxc
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:37:09
How can we find out local census counters to ask about/assist with targeting certain neighborhoods?
Carly Bari
01:38:11
2020census.gov/response-rates
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:38:13
*find our (meaning the local offices)
Carly Bari
01:39:59
Carly Bari, carly.d.bari@gmail.com, 401-523-8961
Carly Bari
01:40:09
sorry...wrong email!!!
Carly Bari
01:40:17
carly.d.bari@2020census.gov
Kelly Lynema
01:41:30
https://creativesforthecount.org/gallery/
Sarah Raposa
01:41:42
Hilarious: https://creativesforthecount.org/memes/testing/
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:45:43
This was great, thank everyone. I'm a planner / solo planning staff for a small community so I appreciated the easy steps and potential partners that we can implement on the quick!