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It Is Only Leftists Who Oppose The Citizenship Question On The Census

Jeff Katz
July 10, 2019 - 11:20 am

A new poll from Harvard/Harris finds that the majority of black and Hispanic Americans are actually in favor of putting a citizenship question on the 2020 U.S. census.

The poll, according to Breitbart, revealed that five out of nine Hispanic voters (55%) and nearly six out of ten black voters (about 59%) said they support adding the citizenship question to the census. 

The overall results show that about 67 percent of Americans support the question, including 72 of white Americans and 90 percent of Republican voters. The poll also found that around 64 to 69 percent of working class voters are in favor of the question, as well as 63 percents of those considered swing voters.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi claimed earlier this week the question was President Trump's attempt to "make America white again," and many other Democrats have tabbed it as racist and an effort to supress Hispanic voters. But it looks like those on the left are the only ones who largely feel that way.