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Census ‘ahead of schedule’ – Dunkley

There were 28.7 per cent of assessment numbers accounted for under the 2016 census as of June 23, or 10,288 of those registered.

Michael Dunkley called this “substantial progress” that was ahead of schedule for the census, even after he extended the deadline for the online census to July 13.

Census officers have conducted roughly 1,000 telephone interviews and 374 in-person interviews have been completed.

Paget, Pembroke and Smith's parishes have shown the highest rate of progress, while Sandys has thus far been the lowest.

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Published June 24, 2016 at 12:11 pm (Updated June 24, 2016 at 3:18 pm)

Census ‘ahead of schedule’ – Dunkley

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