How should renters and snowbirds respond?

Renters

It does not matter if you rent or own the property where you reside. Everyone counts when it comes to the Census. Even if you have just moved, respond for where your usual residence will be on April 1, 2020. Find more information on the U.S. Census Bureau’s fact sheet.

Snowbirds

People who live at two or more residences (during the week, month, or year), including snowbirds, are counted at the residence where they live and sleep most of the time. If a usual residence cannot be determined, they are counted at the residence where they are staying on Thursday, April 1, 2020 (Census Day).

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1. How is Census data collected?
2. What if I don't have internet access?
3. Will I receive an email or text from the Census Bureau?
4. Do I have to participate?
5. How should I respond for children, split custody and college students?
6. How should non-English speakers or foreign citizens respond?
7. How should renters and snowbirds respond?
8. How should I respond for family or relatives residing at a memory care, senior living or nursing center?
9. How should I respond for family members in the military?
10. Other unique living arrangements