True, because only the first proton is a strong acid.
Work Step by Step
From table 4.2, the first proton of H2SO4 is a strong acid, but the second one is not. This means that the reaction: H2SO4 --> H+ + (HSO4)- goes nearly to completion, but that the reaction: (HSO4)- --> H+ + (SO4)2- does not. This means there will be more (HSO4)- present than (SO4)2-.