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An Update On The 2020 Census

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The 2020 Census' citizenship question is but one of the problems for the once-a-decade nationwide count. Amid a  labor shortage in the Granite State, the census here will partially rely on a volunter workforce. Funding for the count hasn't grown adequately since 2010 and a decision on a proposed question about citizenship is expected from the Supreme Court this month. We get an update on the Census on the state level and hear arguments on how the citizenship question could impact the count.


  • Kenneth M. Johnson, senior demographer at the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire.
  • Ken Gallager, Principal Planner at the state Office of Strategic Initiatives and the New Hampshire State Data Center lead –the Census Bureau’s primary point of contact to New Hampshire state government.
  • Hansi Lo Wang, NPR national correspondent, He's covering the 2020 census for the network


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