HAMILTON – A recent report shows that Marion County residents are alert and ready for the upcoming 2020 Census count.
Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) spokesperson Mike Presley told the Journal Record in a phone interview that Marion County received one of the highest scores in Alabama on an “indifference” survey conducted by ADECA to canvass the state on how willing citizens are to participate in the upcoming Census.
Marion County scored a 13.4 on the indifference survey. The highest score in the state was Escambia with a score of 14.5. The lowest score was Etowah County, with a score of 6.7.
Presley said the northwest Alabama region as a whole has shown positive Census feedback.
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