Need some guidance.
Since Christmas break, I've been receiving notes on my door from a man who works with the U.S. Department of Commerce. I haven't been home when he stops by, but his notes urge me to contact him to make an appointment to answer some questions for an American Community Survey. He has been coming nearly every other day now and its starting to frustrate me. I honestly do not have time to contact him, nor do I even fully understand what his purpose is.
I received the letter below:
So obviously, its alarming to me that I am required by law to respond to something that I don't fully understand. I found some information from this source: How to Legally Refuse to Participate in the Census Survey | Truth is Treason that has me wondering if this ACS is entirely constitutional. Sure, I could go ahead and just answer questions, but like the link points out, the state and local governments already have my information, as does the federal government through my IRS forms. It just feels sketchy to respond to questions from some man who knocks at my door. And I feel like his efforts are fruitless, they scored a big one when they selected my apartment- broke college kid.
Has anyone else had experience directly with this ACS?