U.S. Census Workers To Hit The Streets Starting In May

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‘Census #3’
courtesy of ‘Chris Rief aka Spodie Odie’

If you haven’t yet filled out your 2010 Census form, starting in May chances are you’ll be getting a friendly knock on the door from your local census worker. The U.S. Census staffer will be asking you the same questions that are on the census mail form with the hopes of upping the 69% DC’s current response rate.

The big question is, how do you know who is a legit census worker and who might be scamming you. Well, fortunately the good census folks have put together some fantastic informational videos, including what to expect/look for from a real census employee.

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Rebecca Johnson

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3 thoughts on “U.S. Census Workers To Hit The Streets Starting In May

  1. Good. Republicans spent months telling their faithful not to fill it out b/c the Democrats boogeyman would come and get them.

    Then they realized how stupid they sounded and told everyone to fill it out the last few weeks

    Should be a success