Census 2020

Fill out the Census! If you haven't done so yet, go to 2020census.gov to do your part!

Response Rates

Are you curious about how many people in your community are responding to the 2020 Census? You can stay up to date with a map of self-response rates from across the United States. This map is now available to view your community's self-response rate. This page will allow you to check rankings by state, county, and city. As of yesterday, Kansas tied with Illinois at #9 in the nation for self-responding to the 2020 Census with 52.2% of our population completing the census. Ahead of Kansas are: Minnesota (57.2%), Wisconsin (54.7%), Michigan (54.5%), Nebraska (53.6%), Iowa (53.6%), Virginia (53.5%), Utah (53.5), and Washington (53.4%). Make sure you're spreading the message in your community to complete the census - Let's make sure we're back in the top 5 next week! Below are the top 10 counties in Kansas that are leading the state in self-response rates. Great job!

  • Johnson           60.8%
  • McPherson       57.8%
  • Pottawatomie   57.5%
  • Marion              56.8%
  • Miami                56.6%
  • Harvey              56.2%
  • Saline                55.9%
  • Marshall            55.8%
  • Butler                55.8%
  • Anderson          55.8%

Additional counties with 55% or higher self-response rates include: Reno.  

Below are the top 10 cities in Kansas that are leading the state in self-response rates. Super!

  • The Highlands     76.2%
  • Willowbrook         73.2%
  • Mission Woods    72.5%
  • Kechi                   69.3%
  • Garden Plain       67.8%
  • Olivet                   67.4%
  • Leawood              67.0%
  • Hesston               67.0%
  • Fairway                66.6%
  • Rose Hill              66.4%

Right now, our priority is clear: Making sure that as many people as possible complete the census online, by phone, or by mail. It has never been easier to self-report.

Kansas Counts COVID-19 Webpage

We have added a new page to the Kansas Counts website to provide messaging related to the 2020 Census and COVID-19 (https://kansascounts.org/covid-19/). The website also has a link to the latest Census Bureau updates.

Did you know an under-count in Kansas means that your community could miss out on approximately $52,466.40 in federal funding (over 10 years) for each household that is missed in the 2020 Census?

That’s $5,246.64 per year or $437.22 a month! It is vital to Kansas’ access to federal funding each household completes the 2020 Census on April 1, 2020! Don’t delay–make Kansas Count. Learn more now at kansascounts.org. #KansasCounts #2020Census #Kansas


¿Sabía que en Kansas un conteo por debajo del total significa que su comunidad podría perder aproximadamente $52,466.40 en financiamiento federal (en 10 años) por cada hogar que no se cuente en el Censo 2020?

¡Eso significa $5,246.64 por año o $437.22 por mes! ¡Es vital que cada hogar llene el Censo el 1ro de abril de 2,020 para que Kansas tenga acceso al financiamiento federal! No se demore… ¡haga que Kansas cuente! Infórmese más visitando kansascounts.org #KansasCounts #2020Census #Kansas