Americans by far agree with President Trump that the upcoming 2020 census should raise citizenship issues.
The latest Economist / YouGov survey found that 53% think that they should ask the question, compared to 32% who do not.
The survey asked, "Do you think the federal government should ask people in the 2020 Census if they are American or not?
- should ask 53%
- should not ask 32%
- Not sure 14%
The Supreme Court has refused to include the question in a form proposed by the administration, but the door to another version left open. And Trump is considering changing the version.
In the news reports on the Ministry of Commerce, the search to include the Citizenship Question in the census was not correct or, in other words, FAKE! Because of the importance of answering this question, we are moving forward.
̵1; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)
July 3, 2019
This is also possible, according to legal expert and George Washington University Law Professor, John Banzhaf. Continue to convince the courts to admit a citizenship question to the census, especially if the statement is in the current version Contained regulation is included and not in a new statement by the Minister of Commerce, "he said in a review of the court's decision