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2020 Census Response Rates

Post Date:05/31/2020 11:57 AM

Updated 6/2/2020

As of May 31st, most Piedmont Triad counties are seeing higher response rates than NC overall (56.8%), and three are higher than the national average (60.5%).  Here are the response rates for Piedmont Triad counties and selected municipalities.  Davie County continues to have the highest response rate in the region.   

 County  Response Rates (%)
 Alamance  60.3%
 Caswell  53.5%
 Davidson   61.0%
 Davie  65.2%
 Forsyth  59.7%
 Guilford  62.7%
 Montgomery  33.9%
 Randolph  58.8%
 Rockingham  59.6%
 Stokes  59.5%
 Surry  57.0%
 Yadkin  60.2%

 

 Selected Municipalities  Response rate
Greensboro  60.5%
 Winston-Salem  55.8%
 High Point  61.5%
 Burlington  60.1%
 Thomasville  55.9%
 Asheboro   55.3%
 Kernersville  63.0.%
 Clemmons  69.6%
 Lexington  52.5%
 Mebane  66.5%
 Graham  61.3% 
 Eden  55.2%
 Reidsville

 57.7%

   

To view the response rates for all jurisdictions, go to https://www.2020census.gov/en/response-rates.html.

 The PTRC will continue to update these rates weekly through the fall of 2020.

 


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