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Nearly 1 in 5 Americans Undecided About Census Participation

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MATTHEW JAFFE
ABC News
Thursday, January 21st, 2010

Nearly 20 percent of people say they are undecided about participating in this year’s census, the government’s once-a-decade attempt to paint a new portrait of the country.

According to a new poll released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center, 10 percent of people said they might or might not participate, 4 percent probably will not, 2 percent definitely will not, and another 2 percent do not yet know if they will take part.

The census kicks off later this year when the 10-question form arrives in mailboxes nationwide in March, followed by National Census Day on April 1.

When Pew interviewed over 1,500 adults by phone from Jan. 6-10, they found that 58 percent of Americans will definitely participate in the survey, while another 23 percent probably will.

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