The American public overwhelmingly supports a citizenship question on 2020 Census

A new poll from the Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll released Tuesday reveals that a supermajority of Americans supports the 2020 Census asking respondents if they are American citizens.  Julia Manchester writes in The Hill: Sixty-seven percent of voters said the census should be able to ask whether people living in the U.S. are citizens, going against the recent Supreme Court decision on the matter, according to a new Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll. The poll also found that the inclusion of the question was supported among members of both parties, with 88 percent of Republicans and 52 percent of Democrats supporting its inclusion.  Sixty-three percent of independents said they supported including the question on the census. Source. Clever lawyers, supported by the four dogmatic leftists on the Supreme Court plus Chief Justice Roberts, have denied Americans the right to know how many non-citizens are living in our territory because they fear the political...(Read Full Post)