Can you refuse to take the census?

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asked Mar 23 in Government by patsyfanie (440 points)
Can you refuse to take the census?

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answered Mar 23 by layla (22,850 points)
Although the Census says you must take the Census Survey by law you can refuse to take the Census.

I have refused to take the Census for around 15 years now and nothing has happened to me.

The law threat for not taking the Census is just a threat used to try to get you to take the Census.

If you do not want to take the Census then do not take it and tell any Census Taker that comes to your door to leave and take a hike.

You have rights as a Free person in the USA to not take the Census if you do not want too.

According to the US Census papers the response and participation in the US Census is required by law.

However I have never once participated in the US Census and never have I been fined or been taken to court or anything.

What happens when you don't take the US Census is the Census will send out a Census Taker to your house to harass you at your house.

All you need to do is tell them to leave and shut the door on them or do not answer the door.

What I do is just go on vacation when they usually come around so I never have to see them.

The fine for not taking the Census is around $100.00 so it's not that bad but I have never taken the Census survey because it's my right at as a Free person in the USA.

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