Asked by 13 On Your Side 7/12/2019 142 Votes Should the citizenship question be added to the 2020 census? 77% YES WINNER 8 23% NO 2 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Copy Link 77% YES Add Comment Comment Share with friends 8 Comments 1 Anthony Perna The census provides appropriation of representation in congress...representation is only for for citizens as they are able to vote. Reply Reply 1 Gypsy Epke this question was used on the"long" form (20% received this)until 2010(Obama) when the long form was discontinued. there was no problems prior to 2010 so why did Obama end it? Reply Reply 1 Robert Johnson Asking if someone is a U.S. citizen on the census isn't an evil thing. Knowing him many non citizens are in this country is the responsible thing. Reply Reply 1 Donna M Buss We just do! Tired of freebies and by not disclosing citizenship causes more out of our pockets! Reply Reply 0 Mike Suchman It is being driven down by the left, for their own greedy reasons Reply Reply 0 Richard Medeiros Only US citizens should be counted to determine representatives in our government. It also is used to determine funding. If you don't ask the question how do we know how many illegal alien's are hear. Reply Reply 0 Jerriann Schmelter For political districting and budget distributions. Reply Reply 23% NO Add Comment Comment Share with friends 2 Comments 1 Gary Simmons Why take a census on illegals, doesn't make sense. Wish someone would get their head screwed on straight. Reply Reply 0 Tish Malone Every body counts toward the number of reps in Congress Reply Reply Gypsy Epke so why not include the citizenship question for as you stated correctly ALL people count toward the house of representatives just as the 5/8 a person the slaves did?