On August 12, we released the redistricting data to the states and the public. States may use these data in redrawing congressional, legislative, and local district boundaries. The Census Bureau will also deliver the final redistricting data toolkit to all states and the public on September 16. COVID-19-related delays and prioritizing the delivery of these apportionment results delayed our original plan.
More 2020 Census population results will be available later including statistics on age, sex, race and ethnicity, and details about the center of population. The results for the U.S. Island Areas will also be provided in a separate release at a later date.
Decennial Census P.L. 94-171 Redistricting Data Summary Files
Includes the official data, documentation, and support materials to assist in accessing P.L. 94-171 Redistricting Data.
The 2020 Census has numerous quality checks built into data collection and data processing. After the data are released, we continue to do an even deeper dive to evaluate the quality of the census in two major ways:
2020 Census Program for Evaluations, Experiments, and Assessments
This blog describes the series of formal evaluations and assessments that measure different aspects of census operations and specific challenges.
Programa de Evaluaciones y Experimentos del Censo del 2020
Este blog describe la serie de evaluaciones formales que miden diferentes aspectos de las operaciones del censo y los desafíos.
2020 Census Operational Quality Metrics: Item Nonresponse Rates
These metrics show the rate some 2020 Census questions went unanswered.
Tasas de falta de respuesta por preguntas
Estas métricas muestran las tasas de algunas preguntas sin respuesta del Censo del 2020.