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Subverting the Census

Adding a citizenship question would skew the 2020 survey’s findings—especially in blue states

Experts have long warned that the U.S. government might soon fail at one fundamental responsibility: conducting an accurate census of the population. Increasingly, that looks to be precisely what the Trump administration wants to do—by adding a last-minute question that doesn’t need to be asked.

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