Pro: https://townhall.com/tipsheet/guybe...s-n2465561?amp=true&__twitter_impression=true Con: https://fivethirtyeight.com/feature...response-rates/amp/?__twitter_impression=true It seems that the argument basically comes down to congressional representation and apportionment of federal dollars to states/localities. Most on the Right think representation should be based on citizenship, the Left thinks it should be based on anyone in the country, legal or not. I honestly can go either way on this but know many on the Right slammed the American Community Survey (for good reason) and said the only thing they would answer is how many people were living at the address the survey was sent to as that’s all that’s constitutionally required. One question I have is what happened if you don’t answer the citizenship question? Are you just not counted in the census or are there more penalties? I received the American Community Survey once and the census bureau says you can be fined $5,000 if you don’t fully complete it.