April 1 is the day the U.S. Census Bureau wants you to turn in your census form. They're trying to put together an as-accurate-as-possible count of how many people there are in America on that day.
If the count is more accurate and efficient than usual this year, it may be due to the economy. Because of the recession, the Census Bureau has more highly qualified people helping to carry out the count than ever before.
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