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Census 2020

Census 2020
Census 2020

Less Than Half Of South Lakefront Neighbors Have Completed The Census

The 4th Ward has the highest response rate along the South Lakefront at 45.5 percent — but that's still far below Mayor Lightfoot's 75 percent goal.

Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore

Pilsen And Little Village Lag Far Behind In Census Participation Amid Deportation, Coronavirus Fears

Less than 70 percent of Chicagoans participated in the 2010 Census. Currently, the citywide rate for 2020 sits at 47.4 percent.

Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop

With Lowest Census Response Rate In The City, Officials Tell Back Of The Yards Residents: ‘Even If You Are Undocumented — You Count’

The latest numbers show only 29.9 percent of households have completed the census in the 15th Ward, which includes the Back of the Yards, West Englewood, Gage Park and Brighton Park neighborhoods.

Back of the Yards

Far North Side Has Ways To Go On Census Completion, Data Shows

Uptown, Edgewater and Rogers Park all fall within the top 15 of city wards in census participation.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park

Less Than Half Of Irving Park And Albany Park Households Have Completed The Census

In targeted neighborhood videos, Mayor Lori Lightfoot is reminding people in low-turnout areas to complete the census online.

Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park

Have You Filled Out The 2020 Census? Many Haven’t In Logan Square, Humboldt Park And Avondale, Data Shows

Data shows the 32nd Ward has the highest response rate in the Northwest Side.

Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale

With Caravan Of Cars, Immigrant Groups Urge Little Village Neighbors To ‘Be Counted’ By Census

Amid a statewide stay at home order, groups have had to get creative putting street teams to work while being safe.

Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop

Elizabeth Warren Opens Campaign Office In Grand Boulevard Near Dan Ryan

Warren is one of several Democratic presidential candidates to open campaign offices in Chicago neighborhoods in advance of the March 17 Illinois primary.

Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
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