After a ruling from the Supreme Court, the 2020 Census has concluded, and response rates have been documented.
According to the official Census website, the Kentucky rate for self-response came in at a total of 68.2%. On a more local level, Nelson county led the way in total responses, with 77.4% responding. Hardin was second in the area with 73.3% responding, and LaRue came in with 73.0% responding. Meade and Breckinridge county reported 70.7% and 57.4% respectively.
According to the Census website, Kentucky was ranked #22 in the United States in number of those who self-responded.