As the 2020 US Census approaches, Americans overwhelmingly are aware of it, and 84% say they definitely or probably will participate, a new Pew Research Center survey finds. Still, 16% express at least some uncertainty about responding, with higher shares among some demographic groups. Black and Hispanic adults, as well as those with lower income levels, are more likely to say they probably or definitely will not participate in the census, or that they might or might not. Young adults—those ages 18 to 29—are least likely to be on board of the four age groups included in this analysis.
Pew Research Center: Fact Tank, Oct. 18