Click/tap the map to view the latest 2020 self-response rates plus comparisons with 2000 & 2010. Use the map to follow your state’s census progress, and fine-tune your 2020 Census campaigns — even as the coronavirus pandemic has complicated census outreach. The rates represent the number of households that fill out the census on their own, as a percent of all housing units.
Kyle Ofori, City of Tulsa
Barbara Gibson, INCOG
Blue Cross, Blue Shield Oklahoma
Nick Doctor, City of Tulsa
Melanie Poulter, Community Service Council
Jessica Sisemore, Tulsa Community Foundation
Conner Carroll, Tulsa Chamber
Trey Thaxton, Goldmill Co.
Regional Cities & Counties: John Fothergill & Zack Stoycoff
Young Professionals: Andrea Pemberton
Faith-Based Communities: Robert Turner
Homeless: Rhené Ritter
Justice-Involved: Mimi Tarrasch
K-12 Education: Emily Hutton
Higher Education: Melissa Abdo
Resources: Jessica Sisemore
People experiencing homelessness likely have been undercounted in the decennial census for decades, according to a recent brief published by Georgetown Law. As a result, the needs of this diverse population—and the communities where they live—may not be represented or prioritized fully and appropriately. There are a number of ways that the 2020 Census will count people experiencing homelessness in the United States. However, more can and should be done to ensure that this population is measured as accurately as possible. Click below to learn more.