This article from the Dallas Morning News highlights findings from a Pew Research Center survey that show disparities across race, age, and income in likeliness to respond to the 2020 US Census.
- Hispanic and black adults are more likely to say they might not, probably will not or definitely will not respond to the 2020 census than white adults
- About 26% of black adults say they likely won’t respond to the 2020 census
- About 21% of Hispanics felt the same way
- And just 12% of white respondents said they likely wouldn’t either.