DAILYKENN.com --Most Americans, 53 percent, think the 2020 census should question citizenship. 32 percent say the survey should not include a citizenship question.
The findings are the result of a Economist/YouGov poll.
The News Reports about the Department of Commerce dropping its quest to put the Citizenship Question on the Census is incorrect or, to state it differently, FAKE! We are absolutely moving forward, as we must, because of the importance of the answer to this question.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 3, 2019
From Washington Examiner ▼
Americans by a wide margin agree with President Trump that the upcoming 2020 census should ask a citizenship question.
The latest Economist/YouGov poll found that 53% feel it should ask the question versus 32% who don’t.
The survey asked: “Do you think the federal government should or should not ask people whether they are American citizens as part of the 2020 census?"
Should ask 53%
Should not ask 32%
Not sure 14%
The Supreme Court has rejected including the question in a form the administration proposed but left the door open to another version. And Trump is considering changing the version.
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