When I posted this U.S. Census Bureau Releases Household Pulse Survey Results (COVID-19 Related) – May 20, 2020 on June 11th, I hadn’t checked my e-mail folder where I have everything that comes from .gov e-mail addresses sent to. I was checking for something else in that folder today and saw I had an e-mail from the Census Bureau on June 11th – Official Request from the U.S. Census Bureau – Special Coronavirus Survey. It took about 15 minutes to fill out and I agreed to have them text me follow-up questions. I removed the links for taking the survey from the e-mail.
Official Request from the U.S. Census Bureau – Special Coronavirus Survey
A Message from the Director, U.S. Census Bureau
(Para más información en español, vea al final de este mensaje)
The Census Bureau is inviting you to participate in a special coronavirus Household Pulse Survey. This survey is being conducted over the next five days only. It is separate from the 2020 Census.
Take the survey
Americans are facing significant changes in their lives as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Many American households have seen changes in their finances, employment, staying healthy, education, and socializing with friends and family.
Your answers, combined with those of households across the country, can guide federal, state and local policymakers in making decisions that support our nation’s communities in their recovery. While your participation is voluntary, it is important. This survey provides information that cannot be collected elsewhere.
The Household Pulse Survey is available here.
Take the survey
Thank you in advance for your time and participation. My sincere wishes for your good health and safety during this challenging time.
Steven D. Dillingham
U.S. Census Bureau
This collection has been approved by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The eight-digit OMB approval number is 0607-1013 and will appear at the bottom of each screen. Without this approval, we could not conduct this survey.
Authority and Confidentiality
Title 13, United States Code, authorizes the U.S. Census Bureau to conduct this collection and to request your voluntary assistance.