2020 census: A conservative case against the citizenship question | IN 60 SECONDS

The 2020 census will ask respondents whether or not they are US citizens. While the US Census Bureau doesn’t share data with other federal agencies, many people think that it does, and critics worry that the census will go unanswered as a result. A lack of responses will drive up costs as the Census Bureau will be forced to get the rest of its data by going door-to-door. AEI’s Michael Strain makes a conservative case against the citizenship question.

ARTICLE – US Census Shouldn’t Ask About Citizenship https://goo.gl/dRv24W

ARTICLE – Act Now to Save the 2020 Census https://goo.gl/1eFBm9

FULL REPORT – In Order That They Might Rest Their Arguments on Facts: The Vital Role of Government-Collected Data https://goo.gl/5vTKCX

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