As of September 8, North Dakota’s Census self-response rate is 64.3%, slightly behind the national average and lower than the 2010 average. Burleigh, Morton and Stutsman Counties lead the way with the highest response rates in North Dakota.
If a household hasn’t responded, the U.S. Census Bureau will make a visit in-person.
If you’re one of the households that still hasn’t responded, you can do so one of the following ways:
- Online at my2020census.gov You can respond without the code sent to your house.
- Call 844-330-2020.
- Complete and mail back the paper questionnaire.
Your Census response will influence the next 10 years of federal funding. That includes North Dakota’s share of funding for public health and aid during emergencies and disaster declarations. One missed resident is equal to a $19,100 loss in funding to North Dakota.