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The Local Update of Census Addresses operation or LUCA, is a voluntary decennial census operation. LUCA is the only opportunity prior to the 2020 Census for tribal, state, and local governments to review and update the U.S. Census Bureau’s residential address list and flag group quarters for their jurisdiction.
The intent of the 2020 Census is to count everyone living in the United States, including people experiencing homelessness or living in transitory locations. General information about how the homeless will be counted and categorized in the 2020 Census results is provided below, as well as references to more detailed explanations.
Understand the typology of hard-to-count (HTC)
In every census, there are certain socioeconomic and demographic factors that include age, housing status, and language that can influence self-response. The traditional socioeconomic and demographic factors that have tended to correlate with lower levels of self-response have included:
An asterisk (*) denotes that the race/ethnic group does not meet the minimum population threshold of 100 persons at the state level.
The most common tables are highlighted in bold.
Quick Tables are predefined tables with frequently requested information for a single geographic area.
Click on one of the links below to be taken to American FactFinder. Select a geography from the drop down list to find a Quick Table for your area of interest.
Please note: The new American FactFinder does not work with all browsers. The Census Bureau is working on this problem.
Click on a tab below to access geographic data. Some of the data files are large and may require additional time to download.
All race/ethnic groups that meet the minimum population threshold of 100 persons are included in each demographic profile.
An asterisk (*) denotes that the area does not meet the minimum population threshold of 100 persons for any single race/ethnic group.