Why Asking About Citizenship Could Make the Census Less Accurate

It’s a question that used to be on the national census every decade: whether you were a citizen of the United States. But the Justice Department’s request to return it to the 2020 census for all respondents has unsettled demographic experts as well as advocates of voting rights and immigrants, […] Read more »

Trump Justice Department Pushes for Citizenship Question on Census, Alarming Experts

The Justice Department is pushing for a question on citizenship to be added to the 2020 census, a move that observers say could depress participation by immigrants who fear that the government could use the information against them. That, in turn, could have potentially large ripple effects for everything the […] Read more »

No State Shows Majority Support for Deporting Immigrants Living in U.S. Illegally

No state in the country shows majority support for deporting immigrants living in the country illegally, according to an extensive 50-state survey released today—revealing that the heated rhetoric surrounding illegal immigration during the 2016 presidential election had little effect on overall attitudes. A majority of residents in every state—including states […] Read more »

100 Days of Trump: His Executive Orders and Where Americans Stand

President Trump nears his 100-day benchmark in office and he’s already signed nearly 70 executive actions. Some have been signed without much fanfare; others have sparked mass protests and challenged as unconstitutional. Below, we’ve highlighted several key actions—and included findings on where Americans stand on the issues. CONT. Joanna Piacenza […] Read more »