Census course

2021 Census begins at midnight on March 26–27, 2021. Everyone can be counted using the electronic form on this web site or in the mobile app until April 9, 2021. Those who aren't counted online are legally obliged to fill in and hand in the paper form between April 17 and May 11, 2021. Census Officers and the network of 2021 Census Contact Points are in charge of distribution and collection of paper census forms. The results of the 2021 Census will be available free of charge to all at the turn of 2021 and 2022.
Census course
Census course
Getting ready for the 2021 Census
to 26.03.2021
Online Census
27.03. - 09.04.2021
Paper Census
17.04. - 11.05.2021
Census processed
12.05. - 31.12.2021
Results published
from 2022
Getting ready for the 2021 Census
The 2021 Census begins at midnight on March 26–27, 2021. You can be counted online using the electronic form on the site or in the mobile app. The Online Census lets everyone to satisfy the legal obligation to be counted quickly and easily, without having to fill in paper census forms later.
Online Census
Online counting via website or mobile app saves time and costs and speeds up result processing.
Paper Census
Paper census via print form is obligatory only for those who have not been counted online.
Census processed
The swiftness of result processing will depend on the number of people counted in the Online Census.
Results published
The results of the 2021 Census in electronic form will be available free of charge to all at the turn of 2021 and 2022.
Minicensus

The Minicensus is one of the activities which the Czech Statistical Office uses to increase the statistical literacy of children. It presents statistics to children as an attractive tool for describing and learning about everyday life.

The Minicensus is aimed at students from the 4th grade of primary school and lower grades of multi-year grammar schools. It presents the principles of collecting, processing and using statistical data in entertaining statistical surveys for children. More on miniscitani.cz.

Minicensus on a desert island


According to the results of the Mini-Census in 2012, most children would take a friend to a desert island. Friends thus outperformed family members by 0.1%.