Should individuals be asked if they are citizens of the United States on census forms? By Wyoming Public Media • Jul 10, 2019 TweetShareGoogle+Email Logo for the 2020 United States Census Credit Wikimedia Commons - http://census.gov/2020census/ Should individuals be asked if they are citizens of the United States on census forms? Why or why not? By contributing your comment, you consent to the possibility of having it read on the air. WPM/NPR Community Discussion Rules Tags: topic of the weekTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Cities And Immigrants Drove Census Controversy — 100 Years Ago By Ron Elving • Jul 10, 2019 Day after day, you're seeing stories about the 2020 census on the front page and all over TV news, even though the once-a-decade head count is still months away. The president wants the census questionnaire to include: "Is this person a citizen of the United States?" He's willing to delay the count "for as long as it takes" to have it his way. Cory Booker Wants To Block Use Of Census Citizenship Data To Draw Voting Districts By Hansi Lo Wang • Jul 10, 2019 Sen. Cory Booker is proposing a preemptive strike against using a citizenship question on the 2020 census in a way that he says could give Republicans a political advantage.