The Constitutional requirements for the census are a count of people in an area and not a count of citizens. Given the rhetoric of race-based hatred toward Latino/Hispanics, especially immigrants, the citizenship question would assure undercounting of Latino/Hispanic citizens and legal immigrants and would reduce funding from government programs that would have benefited all residents in a district. Also, undercounting Latino/Hispanic populations would benefit Republican gerrymandered districts which on average, have lower Latino/Hispanic populations. The citizenship question has been documented to be a Republican strategy to gain electoral votes and they had hoped to implement this question in time to gain electoral votes for the 2020 election. Thankfully the courts effectively blocked their despicable efforts. So, the answer is still YES, do not add the citizenship question to the census- since the only reason it is being proposed is to gain political advantage by ‘stacking the deck’- and as a side-effect would underfund districts with heavier populations of Latino descent.