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New Poll Shows the MAJORITY WANT Citizenship Question on Census

by Paul Goldberg
New Poll Shows the MAJORITY WANT Citizenship Question on Census

The results of a new poll show that American voters overwhelmingly want a citizenship question added to the 2019 census, a fact that Democrats who have adamantly opposed the question’s addition should take note of.

According to the poll, 53% of US citizens want the question to be added back to the census, whereas only 32% do not, with 14% remaining undecided on the issue.

The re-addition of the citizenship question, which was removed by former President Barack Obama, has proven to be a point of contention between lawmakers, with President Trump mulling using executive power to do so.

Reactions on social media where as expected, with most finding it hard to believe that anyone would be against a citizenship question on the US census, to begin with.

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joseph l boggs July 8, 2019 - 13:16

That obama sure was a little sneaky guy. Increased security info to 17 agencies and increased presidential salary Dec., 2016. I’ll bet we’ll find out more as time goes by and this stuff is just the tip of the iceberg. From the gitgo that man was destructive to the whole American framework. And the republicans just sat and watched. Imagine if hilLIARry had won!!

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Freeland_Dave July 8, 2019 - 16:20

Since when have Democrats listened to the will of the majority?

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