2010 Census kicks off in Tulsa

The 2010 Census launches with a press conference on Tuesday, Jan. 12 at 175 E. Second St.
Census data is used for congressional apportionment, legislative and congressional redistricting, as well as to determine funding and locations for schools, housing, child-care centers, shopping centers and roads.
The U.S. Census Bureau is touting this forms as one of the shortest census forms in history. The 2010 Census asks 10 questions and takes an estimated 10 minutes to complete, according to a statement from the bureau.
Census forms will be delivered or mailed to households in March. Census Day is April 1, the official day of the population count. Households should complete and mail back their responses upon receipt. Census workers will visit households that do not return their forms to take a count in person.



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