Census 2010 arrived in the mail today: Question 1: How many people were living in this (house, apartment, mobile home) on April 1, 2010? Number of people = ___ Question 2: Were there any additional people staying here April 1, 2010 that you did not include in Question 1? (multiple choice follows) *Select 'no additional people if applicable* Question 3: Is this a house, apartment, or mobile home? a.) owned by you or someone in this household with a mortgage or loan. b.) Owned by you or someone free and clear. c.) rented. d.) occupied without payment of rent. Question 4: What is your telephone number? *we may call if we don't understand an answer* Question 5: What is person 1's name? *last name*, *first name*, *MI*. Question 6: What is person 1's sex? *male, female* Question 7: What is person 1's age and what is person 1's date of birth? Question 8: Is person 1 of Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin? *check which applies* Question 9: What is person 1's race? *white, black, Am. Indian or Alaska native* Question 10: Does person 1 sometimes live or stay somewhere else? *check which applies* THAT'S IT. Perhaps there are different Census forms floating around, but this is what I got. The other pages are all for additional people and ask for name, age, date of birth, sex, and relation to person 1. I used BOLD text above to cite the only questions which are intrusive and ask for specific, full name and date of birth, and phone number. Aside from this, I have no argument with the 2010 Census. I filled out everything except the bolded questions -I still do not know if I will, either. I don't know too much about the conspiracies floating around, or if there really are different forms for the Census which require more detail and ask personal questions regarding religion and other criteria. Ten questions really is a lot less than what I expected. Anybody else have any input?