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Census Nonresponse Follow-up

Community Focused Resources

Complete Count Committees

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Geographic Resources

Importance of the Census

Resources for Census Multimedia

  • 10 Questions, 10 Minutes, 10 Years - Television Ad
  • 2010 Census Portrait of America Road TourDownload a complete Road Tour press kit, including media contact information, press releases, fact sheets, story ideas, Road Tour information and multimedia resources.
  • A 2010 Census Message from President ObamaContinuing a White House tradition of strong support for the census dating back to 1790, President Barack Obama recorded a public service announcement encouraging national participation in the 2010 Census.
  • A March to the Mailbox - Television AdThis television ad is part of the US Census Bureau's national advertising campaign to boost mail participation rates in the once-a-decade population count. For every percentage point increase in the 2010 Census mail-back participation rate, the Census Bureau saves about $85 million in follow-up costs with households that failed to return their forms. The advertising campaign represents the most extensive and diverse outreach campaign in US history, with advertisements appearing in 28 languages.
  • Believe: A Census Benefit Message - Television AdThis television ad is part of the US Census Bureau's national advertising campaign to boost mail participation rates in the once-a-decade population count. For every percentage point increase in the 2010 Census mail-back participation rate, the Census Bureau saves about $85 million in follow-up costs with households that failed to return their forms. The advertising campaign represents the most extensive and diverse outreach campaign in US history, with advertisements appearing in 28 languages.
  • Census Multimedia Center
  • Local Benefits of the Census - Television AdThis television ad is part of the US Census Bureau's national advertising campaign to boost mail participation rates in the once-a-decade population count. For every percentage point increase in the 2010 Census mail-back participation rate, the Census Bureau saves about $85 million in follow-up costs with households that failed to return their forms. The advertising campaign represents the most extensive and diverse outreach campaign in US history, with advertisements appearing in 28 languages
  • Presidents and Portrait of America - VideoEvery 10 years, U.S. Presidents lend their voices in support of a national outreach effort that encourages participation and showcases the importance and the benefits of filling out and returning your decennial census form.
  • Quick Links to Census MaterialsA host of materials from Census Logos to toolkits to activity guides; includes templates for creating your own 2010 Census brochures and posters.
  • U.S. Census Bureau-You Tube

Resources for Complete Count Committees

Resources for Michigan Schools

  • 2010 Census Childrens Fact Sheet PDF iconFeaturing Dora the Explorer™, Nickelodeon's™ popular children's cartoon character, this fact sheet highlights for parents and child care providers the importance of including babies and young children in the count and provides basic facts about the census.
  • Census in SchoolsAccess free products for Teachers, Kids and Teens including a monthly newsletter, maps, and historical data.
  • Census in Schools Program Fact Sheet PDF iconThis fact sheet covers the Census in Schools program, which provides educators with resources to teach the nation's students about the census.

Understanding the Census Form