Fairfax County has one of the highest response rates to the U.S. Census in Virginia.
As of today (Aug. 3), the national response rate is 62.8%, while Virginia is 67.5%, according to the U.S. Census.
Fairfax County currently has a 76.6% response rate, surpassing its 2010 response rate of 75.3%. By the time the count ends this year, the county might jump above its 80% total in 2000.
At the end of March, Virginia’s response rate was 37% response rate.
While the pandemic at first extended the submission deadline, the Census Bureau plans to cut short its door-knocking efforts, moving the deadline from Halloween until Sept. 30, The Hill reported last week.
It’s unclear yet how much the door knocking will boost the response rate. A recent Pew Research Center survey found that four-in-ten residents who have not yet responded do not want to answer their door.
People who haven’t responded to the Census can complete it by filling it out online, returning the form mailed in March or calling 844-330-2020.
Map via U.S. Census
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