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Did you receive an American Community Survey form? Do you have questions? Would you like to complete the survey over the phone?

Telephone Questionnaire Assistance Line: 1-800-354-7271.

Note: For callers with hearing loss, you can reach our toll-free number above using your state or national relay services (a.k.a. TRS) based on your mode of communication preference (TTY, VCO, CapTel, Videophone, etc.).

¿Necesita ayuda? Llame 1-877-833-5625.

Do you have questions about finding or using American Community Survey data?

Census Bureau Customer Help Center: 1-800-923-8282
Demographic Call Center: 301-763-INFO (4636) or 1-866-758-1060
Or submit a question online at ask.census.gov.

Do you need help in your area?

Your area has a variety of local resources that can help you find more information about the American Community Survey.
1. Census Bureau Regional Offices have information specialists who can answer questions about availability and uses of census data.
2. State Data Centers and their affiliates, located in all states, the District of Columbia, and most U.S. territories, have data for their respective areas.
3. Census Information Centers is a cooperative venture between the U.S. Census Bureau and national level, community-based organizations and colleges and universities to serve as auxiliary data distribution centers reaching underserved populations.


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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | American Community Survey Office | Email ACS | Last Revised: December 04, 2014
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