Does 'no' mean 'no' for census workers?
FARGO - They might park on your street and wait for you to arrive home. They might ask your neighbors about your daily routine. Or they might get your cellphone number and call you directly.
For U.S. Census Bureau interviewers, the biggest challenge isn't persuading people to fill out surveys - it's tracking them down so they can be asked to participate.
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