A friend of mine from high school today sent me a link that other genealogists should be interested in. According to the 2010 census participation map, so far, only 46% of the census forms sent out at the start of March have been completed and returned. The stats so far shows the top five states as North Dakota (58%), South Dakota (57%), Nebraska (57%), Wisconsin (54%) and Iowa (54%). We played our part to become part of the current top five states.
Returning the form in the mail means that a census worker won't have to knock on your door to ask you the same questions. You've sent your form back, right?