Use our resources to MOVE THE COUNT during the back-to-school season.

Arkansas United provides training for and access to phone- and text-banking tools. Sign-up to access training videos, and the Arkansas United team will register you to Get Out the Count.

Businesses can NOW Get Out the Count! Share this information and these resources with employers to ensure Arkansas Counts.

Covid-19 has changed our lives AND demonstrated just how important a complete and accurate 2020 U.S. Census count is for Arkansas. Here’s what you need to know.

Videos to Help You Get Out the Count

Note: The Supreme Court ruled on June 2019 to remove the citizenship question from the 2020 U.S. Census. Confusion persists among Arkansas immigrants about whether the question will be on the census survey.Help us spread the word that the census is safe for all Arkansas residents — the Bureau cannot and will not share personal data with any other agencies.

Events Where Arkansans Will Get Out the Count

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How to Get Out the Count 

Covid-19 and Census Data

Share this one-pager with Arkansas residents to get the word out about resources census data brings to our state.

How to Identify a Census Employee

If you are visited by someone from the Census Bureau, they may be working on the 2020 Census or one of our other surveys. The Census Bureau conducts over 100 surveys throughout the country in addition to the decennial census.

Letters to the Editor Templates

Ready to Get Out the Count with your local paper? Download, edit, and SEND OUT these easy-to-use templates to count all kids, get businesses involved, and so much more!

Count All Kids Resources

The Count All Kids Committee created this campaign to ensure parents/caregivers count all young kids and babies in the 2020 Census.

DIY Packet (English)

Use this guide to complete the 2020 Census
questionnaire either online, by phone, or by

Census Day Resources

Census Summit Resources

Office #20for2020 Challenge Kit

Faith Leaders Toolkit

What You Need to Know in Arkansas about the 2020 U.S. Census

Census 2020 Outreach Training Deck

Census Hard-to-Count Map

Young children in Arkansas, especially in Little Rock, North Little Rock, and Rogers, are at risk of being undercounted

2020 Census Questionnaire

Check out the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire and get ready to Get Out the Count

Mapping Hard to Count Communities

Map that shows hard-to-count communities during the 2020 Census

2020 Census FAQ

The U.S. Census Bureau responds to the most often asked quewtions about the upcoming census survey

You Can Respond to the Census in Spanish

The U.S. Census Bureau explains how residents can complete the census survey in Spanish

Responding to the 2020 Census without an ID

Check out the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire and get ready to Get Out the Count

Multi-Lingual Support

Several civil rights groups provide hotlines for multi-lingual census support

How the 2020 Census Will Invite Everyone to Participate

Find out how the U.S. Census Bureau is taking action to count residents

You Count! Be Counted.

Handout from The Arc of the U.S. to Get Out the Count, especially among residents with intellectual and physical disabilities

Get Your Community Counted

Census Jobs Promotional

Spread the word: Applications are open to join the 2020 Census team

2020 Census: Mail Contact Strategies Viewer

See the mail contact strategy in each Census Tract

Libraries' Guide to the 2020 Census

Census data are used to determine a variety of decisions libraries make to provide informational resources

Revised Counts

Governmental units, census tracts, and census blocks

Why the Census Matters

Arkansas Complete Count Overview

Arkansas Economic Development Institute

Relevant data on the impact of the 2020 Census on Arkansas

Counting the Dollars 2020

George Washington Institute of Public Policy’s analysis of the role the 2020 Census will have on the distribution of federal funds

Uses of Census Bureau Data in Federal Funds Distribution

Analysis of the 132 programs census data are used to distribute more than $675 billion in 2015 funding 

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