What questions does the 2020 Census ask?

The 2020 Census asks how many people are living or staying at each address. For each person, we ask about name, sex, age, date of birth, relationship, Hispanic origin, and race. We also will ask whether the housing unit, such as the house, apartment, or mobile home, is owned or rented, and for contact information in case additional information is needed. The 2020 Census is not asking citizenship status, your full social security number, money or donations, anything on behalf of a political party or your bank or credit card numbers.

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1. When does the 2020 census start?
2. How will the homeless population be counted?
3. How will these transitory locations be identified?
4. Who is counted by the census?
5. Is the census voluntary?
6. Is my information private?
7. Is this the first online census?
8. What questions does the 2020 Census ask?
9. Is there a US citizenship question on the census?
10. Is Hispanic or Latino a considered a race on the census?
11. Does the census ask about my religion, political party or income?
12. How much money is allocated because of the census?
13. Is the census the same as the American Community Survey?