Are Census questions too nosy?

The long form does ask a lot of personal questions that are unconstitutional. However, we are promised by this administration that this information is confidential just like the 900-plus FBI files found in the White House with Hillary's fingerprints all over them. Would you buy a used car from these people?

Don, Carson City

I do not think the census asks too many personal questions. I don't know why people object to answering what they do ask unless they are cheating and afraid of being caught.

Richard, Carson City

I feel that is none of the government's business what color we are. I thought we were all supposed to be equal. They asked way too many personal questions. Thank goodness I didn't get the long form. The census was originated by our forefathers to get a head count only, not what we do in our spare time, how much money we owe, what time we get up in the morning, and so on and so forth; especially what color, how much money we make and the list goes on.

Tiffany, Gardnerville

No, I don't think the census form asks too many questions. Its a very simple form unless you have 10 people in your household, or something of that sort, and its one of the simplest I've ever seen. It took me only a few minutes to fill it out, and I had no problem with it. I think we need the information.

Richard, Carson City


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