Is this a disproportionation reaction? If it is, why?

H2SO4+Na2CO2--------->NaSO4+CO...

Answer:
Sorry but I thing that the reaction is wrong.
I presume :
H2SO4 + Na2CO3 >> Na2SO4 + H2CO3 ( single replacement)
H2CO3 >> CO2 + H2O ( it is not a redox)
it is a double replacement with a twist, it forms water!!!

you can see that the SO4 went to the Na and the Carbonate combined with the water at low pH to off gas to CO2

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