EDIT. Below the line is my original message. Had I voted “yes,” with the double negative question you posed, I would be saying “Yes, they should not ask about immigration status.” So I answered, “no.” I just received a confirmation email that My Representatives we’re informed of this.,.
“I am a voter in your state. I Oppose the legislation S. 201, "A bill to amend title 13, United States Code, to make clear that each decennial census, as required for the apportionment of Representatives in Congress among the several States, shall tabulate the total number of persons in each State, and to provide that no information regarding United States citizenship or immigration status may be elicited in any such census."
This is the exact opposite of my intentions. I Am beginning to think you DELIBERATELY use double negatives for the purpose of using the vote to support how you want a vote to go. Everyone should be aware of your deceit! You’ve been admonished by many people about these double negative, and yet they continue Yep, I think it is deliberate.
There you again with the double negative, Countable. Really does anyone check these things? Next time just ask, “Should the U.S. Census count all persons regardless of immigration status, “Yes,” or No.” Asking a yes or no question with, “Should the Census not ask...,” just confuses the issue! And the answer I am offering is, “Yes.” They should ask, or we will never get an accurate count of whether it’s 6 or 22 million people living here illegally. Also Congressional Districts and numbers should only be drawn up on a US citizen count. Period.