The U.S. Census Bureau completed the 2020 Census count operations in October 2020. Learn more about how the 2020 Census operations ran and adapted to unprecedented conditions here.
In addition to impacts to operations, delays to some data processing also occurred. The Census Bureau has announced that:
- Delivery of apportionment data to the president by April 30, 2021.
- Delivery of redistricting data to states in one national release by September 30, 2021.
- The release of geographic support products for Utah was February 9, 2021.
Learn more about what went into the decision and what is involved in data processing for the decennial census. To get the latest new on Census Bureau data and releases, subscribe for local updates or updates from the Census Bureau.
Utah ended the count with the 10th highest self-response rate of all the states (71%). Overall, 99.9% of Utah households were enumerated. You can learn more about the response rates here.
Learn more about how the Census impacts state and local funding.