2020 Census: Georgia

2020 Census: Georgia

Based on the latest census estimates (for the 2014-2018 period), 10,037,150 people live in 3,709,488 households in Georgia, and 260,334 people live in group quarters. (Total population = 10,297,484.)


Georgia’s 2020 Census response is up to 57.7%. We are just over half way to our goal for everyone in Georgia to be counted!!  But, many areas in Georgia are considered “Hard to Count” and may be under-represented in our 2020 Census. (https://bit.ly/2YOAJ1v)



The Urban Institute estimates that as many as 177,000 Georgia residents may be undercounted in 2020. This projection could be reduced if Georgia’s self-response rate is higher than expected. Visit this link for more info on the low, medium, or high undercount risk scenarios, with population estimates by race/ethnicity and age groups.



The deadline for the 2020 Census to October 31st, but do not wait! It’s quick and easy!


Click HERE (https://my2020census.gov/) to complete your household 2020 Census survey.


No Census ID? No problem. Just click the link below the log-in button: If you do not have a Census ID, click here. (https://my2020census.gov/)




Interested in a Census Training?

The Arc Georgia can host a fun, interactive online training for your group. Contact Stacey Ramirez with The Arc Georgia,   SRamirez@thearc.org, to schedule your online training.  You will also learn more about what the 2020 Census really means to people with disabilities and their families, to include federal funding and congressional representation.