How much information about your personal life...
does the Federal Government have a need (or right) to know?
There is at least one government official that will not be answering all (many of) the questions because she feels they are too intrusive.
Does the Fed need to ask about your income level, when the IRS already has the info?
Do they need to know the address of where you are working, or what time you leave for work, or your commute time?
Do they need to know where you were living last year?
Do they need to know how many vehicles are in your household?
Do they really need to know the exact number of rooms in your place of living, and how many are bedrooms?
Do they really need to know how much agriculture was sold from your property in the past year?
Do they really need to know if your rent includes meals?
Do they really need your name, phone number, and associated address?
Do they really need to know how many times you have been married?
Personally, I will not be answering many of these questions. I don't think the counting of U.S. citizens has anything to do with these types of questions - which is what the census is (or originally intended) for.
What do you think?
And, how will you fill out your own form?