Volunteers canvas Michigan neighborhoods to get people to fill out 2020 Census
The clock is ticking on an effort to make sure everyone in Michigan is counted in the 2020 Census. Volunteers from different groups were out Saturday, hoping normally undercounted neighborhoods were heard and can get the services they need. The White House announced Monday its ending the Census a month early, despite the recommendation of the U.S. Census Bureau. READ: Worries about 2020 census accuracy grow with cut scheduleCensus experts, academics and civil rights activists worry the sped-up count could hurt its thoroughness and produce inaccurate data that will have lasting effects through the next decade. I want to make sure everyone whos out here today knows that.But the pandemic has complicated the 2020 Census, adding another hurdle as the clock keeps ticking.