I got my census form last week.
Two of them, actually. One in the mail, at my house. One hanging on the doorknob, up at our cottage (Tom went up for a day of fishing and found it there). The census form is simple and direct. Unless you have two of 'em. Then. . . the directions are a bit murky. I know we don't double-dip. But it's not real clear . . . what you DO.
Then, there's this:
In the left hand column, it instructs you - very clearly - NOT to include "college students living away from home." Okay, clear enough.
But then, later. . .
it ASKS you if "Person X" lives or stays somewhere else. . . like in college housing. Would that be. . . the person you weren't supposed to include in the first place?
Don't get me started on what to do about the fact that I have TWO census forms. . . and that we sometimes DO "live or stay somewhere else" -- like "at a seasonal or second residence."
Simple form. . . unless you can't make any "census" of it.