Well, we're just days away from the census. I was thinking back to the census 10 years ago. I worked that one in Colorado. My friend Raymond Broadbeard was on our crew. We had to distribute census forms as most of central Colorado has no residential mail delivery--people have to use PO Boxes. We also tried to add and remove addresses as we went along. Raymond found some guy who introduced himself as Harry Balls (we weren't asking names, just handing out forms and confirming addresses but some folks just introduced themselves) I never met Harry. With a name like that I always wondered how he got through junior high school. Raymond was going to do a book on rare names from the census and went back to talk to Harry a few months ago. It turned out he no longer lived there. And, since the census data can't be publicly released (the actual responses. The statistical data can be released) for 70 years, Raymond gave up on the idea.
Whatever your name is, fill out the census form. Even if you hate the government, it's still better to fill it out. That way there won't be a census worker knocking on your door.