The U.S. Census is moving forward without a citizenship question — a development Gov. Andrew Cuomo said was good for the state.

President Donald Trump announced Thursday he would not seek other avenues of including the question on the census after the U.S. Supreme Court said the administration had failed to provide a good rationale for why it was being included.

Trump said the information will be taken from other sources, which will not affect federal funding and congressional reapportionment.

“The president lost his politically motivated quest to pursue his anti-immigration stance in the Census,” Cuomo said in a conference call with reporters. “And it’s good news for New Yorkers.”

The census question was challenged by New York and other states over concerns the effort would have led to immigrants not participating in the survey and leading to an undercount.

Still, those who opposed the question are worried the episode will lead to a lack of participation in the census.

“Let there be no misunderstanding: Every New Yorker, regardless of their citizenship status, can and must fill out the census form without fear,” said Jim Malatras and Rosanna Rosado, the co-chairs of New York’s census commission. “Completing the census will not compromise anyone’s safety and privacy, regardless of their immigration status.”