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  • LIE of the WEEK! More Norquist Nasties!

    04/28/2013 8:27:41 AM PDT · by AuntB · 17 replies
    TheTownCrier ^ | April 28, 2013 | TheTownCrier
    Polls come and go, but consistently, when not using leading language, the American people....especially NOT want the Cartel del Ocho AMNESTY! But that doesn't stop Marco Rubio's main mouthpiece, Grover Norquist. This traitor will stop at nothing!! How does any conservative still excuse Norquist? Now’s he’s working with gun grabber Mike Bloomberg. With Grover on the board of the NRA, how long before we see the 2nd Amendment sold out as well?? Keep in mind, this poll had a different outcome than ALL others! I’ve come to the conclusion Norquist, et al aren’t going after the ‘hispanic vote’ so...
  • Rasmussen poll: Border Security Hawks Aren't Racist, Most Americans Say

    04/16/2013 2:28:18 PM PDT · by AuntB · 21 replies
    Rasmussen/Thetowncrier ^ | April 16, 2013 | Rasmussen/Thetowncrier
    Sorry Grover Norquist! Sorry Cesar Conda and your phony little boss Marco Rubio and his gang of 8 henchmen who are using SPLC talking points against MOST AMERICAN CITIZENS to pass an amnesty for your corporate bosses! [snip] Immigration hawks worried about appearing racist can breathe a sigh of relief. Only 11 percent of U.S. voters think people who want to secure the border and prevent illegal immigration are racist, according to a poll released this week by Rasmussen Reports. (See the wording here.) The number was higher for liberals, with 22 percent saying they thought border security advocates were...
  • Legalization vs. Enforcement What the American People Think on Immigration

    04/05/2013 7:25:00 AM PDT · by AuntB · 14 replies
    CIS ^ | April 5, 2013 | Steven A. Camarota
    WASHINGTON (April 5, 2013) — This Backgrounder reports the results of a new Pulse Opinion Research poll, which finds that most Americans want immigration laws enforced. When given a choice between reducing the illegal immigrant population by enforcing the law or a conditional legalization, the public strongly prefers enforcement. This is especially true of Republican voters. GOP leaders who support legalization risk alienating not only the general public, but the overwhelming majority of their own party. We also find that a majority of voters and Republican voters in particular say they are less likely to vote for their member of...
  • New Poll Finds the Majority of American Voters Support Arizona's Immigration Enforcement Law

    04/30/2012 1:15:51 PM PDT · by Iam1ru1-2 · 4 replies ^ |
    On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will listen to arguments in the Obama administration's lawsuit against Arizona's immigration-enforcement law. In advance of the hearing, public opinion polls are showing that by more than a 2-to-1 margin, Americans support Arizona's efforts and don't want the high court to overturn it. The recent poll about the Arizona's Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act, SB 1070 shows: 65% of voters favor the law, while 31% oppose it. 84% of Republicans favor Arizona’s law, while 46% of Democrats do. 51% majority of Democrats opposes the law. Independents favor the law by a 40...
  • Americans Back Arizona’s Landmark Immigration Law by More than 2-to-1 Margin (SB1070)

    04/21/2012 4:01:13 PM PDT · by montag813 · 5 replies
    Stand With Arizona ^ | 04-21-2012 | John Hill
    Above: Sign from the 'Stand With Arizona' rally in Tempe AZ, May 29, 2010. by John HillStand With Arizona On the eve of a showdown for S.B. 1070 in the U.S. Supreme Court next week, a new poll shows that Americans support Arizona's landmark immigration crackdown more than ever - by a margin of more than two-to-one. A Fox News poll released Friday shows 65 percent of voters favor the 'controversial' law, while 31 percent oppose it. Eighty-four percent of Republicans favor Arizona’s law, while 46 percent of Democrats do. A 51-percent majority of Democrats opposes the law. Perhaps most...
  • Majority of Americans Believe Government Encourages Illegal Immigration (new poll)

    02/07/2011 9:18:15 PM PST · by Chiltepe · 8 replies
    Majority of Americans believe US government encourages illegal immigration According to a Rasmussen Reports survey, 57% of likely voters think that government policies spur illegal immigration. 21% believe the federal government does not encourage illegal immigration, and 22% are not certain either way. The poll was conducted February 2-3 and included 1,000 likely voters and has a +/- 3 % margin of error... ...68% of respondents prioritize securing the border over legalization of the undocumented workers, and only 25% have the opposite view... ...64% think U.S. military should be used along the border to stop illegal immigration...
  • Gallup: Dems lose hispanic voters

    10/01/2010 8:32:59 PM PDT · by pissant · 34 replies
    Wash Times ^ | 10/1/10 | Kerry Picket
    Well here is a punch in the stomach to those who pandered to Hispanics over the summer by bashing Arizona and its Republican Governor Jan Brewer for passing the immigration law known as SB 1070. According to the latest report from Gallup, Hispanics have peeled off from Democrats in August and September. Hispanics' Preferences Shift, While Whites' and Blacks' are Stable Hispanic voters' support for Democratic candidates waned in August and September. As a result, Hispanics in September favored Democrats by a 13-point margin (51% to 38%), compared with 32-point margins in June and July. Whites in September favored Republican...
  • Most Voters See College, Military As Ways for Children of Illegals To Become U.S. Citizens

    09/21/2010 11:53:51 AM PDT · by RC Clayton · 50 replies
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | Tuesday, September 21, 2010
    Democrats are trying to push the Dream Act through Congress this year, “providing a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants who arrive in the United States before age 16, earn a high school diploma, reside here for at least five years and complete two years of college or military service,” according to the New York Times. New Rasmussen Reports polling finds that most voters believe children brought to this country illegally who complete two years of college or serve in the military should get a chance at U.S. citizenship. But they also agree that allowing this route to citizenship just...
  • Poll: Voters disapprove of Obama's handling of illegal immigration

    09/16/2010 10:34:03 AM PDT · by South40 · 12 replies
    Orange County Register ^ | Sept. 16, 2010 | CINDY CARCAMO
    Most U.S. voters disapprove of President Barack Obama's handling of illegal immigration, according to a recent national poll by Quinnipiac University. (snip) Overall, the respondents had a strong anti-illegal immigration sentiment, according to the poll. For instance, 68 percent favored a stricter enforcement of laws against illegal immigration instead of integrating them into American society. About 24 percent approved of an integration approach.
  • NM poll: Majority support Ariz. immigration-check law

    09/08/2010 1:11:56 PM PDT · by La Enchiladita · 6 replies
    Arizona Star ^ | Sept. 6, 2010 | Gabriel Sanchez
    ALBUQUERQUE - New Mexico voters strongly disapprove of the state's policy of giving driver's licenses to illegal immigrants, and a majority of them give a thumbs-up to Arizona's new immigration law, according to a poll released Sunday by the Albuquerque Journal. According to the poll, 53 percent favor Arizona's law, 35 percent disapprove, 7 percent have mixed feelings and 5 percent don't know or wouldn't say. Hispanic voters agreed with the majority on the state's driver's license policy and supported the city of Albuquerque's new policy of checking immigrant status of anyone who is arrested. However, only 39 percent of...
  • Freep a Poll! (Foxnews. Time to disallow "anchor babies"?)

    08/08/2010 4:45:00 PM PDT · by dynachrome · 22 replies ^ | 8-8-10 | Fox News
    Should Lawmakers Consider a Birthright Citizenship Change to the Constitution? Yes, denying kids automatic citizenship would curb illegal immigration. No, this is not the issue that warrants a change to the U.S. Constitution. Maybe, because birthplace alone should not make the child of an illegal a U.S. citizen. Other (leave a comment)
  • Fox News Poll: 72 Percent Say Government Not Enforcing Immigration Laws

    07/30/2010 9:28:30 AM PDT · by AuntB · 26 replies · 4+ views
    Fox News ^ | July 29, 2010 | Fox News
    Most American voters believe the federal government is failing to enforce the country's immigration laws, according to a Fox News poll released Thursday. In addition, voters are more likely to favor than oppose Arizona's new immigration law that was in large part blocked by a federal judge this week. fox news Most American voters believe the federal government is failing to enforce the country's immigration laws, according to a Fox News poll released Thursday. In addition, voters are more likely to favor than oppose Arizona's new immigration law that was in large part blocked by a federal judge this week....
  • Half of Americans Would Deport All Illegal Residents

    07/20/2010 7:21:22 AM PDT · by Princeverdi · 39 replies
    (Angus Reid Global Monitor) – More people in the United States are expressing support for deporting all illegal immigrants currently working in the country, according to a poll by Angus Reid Public Opinion. 50 per cent of respondents share this opinion, up eight points since May. On the contrary, 27 per cent of respondents would allow illegal workers to remain in the U.S. and eventually apply for citizenship, and 16 per cent would allow them to work on a temporary basis but not offer them a chance to become citizens. In March 2006, the Pew Hispanic Center calculated the number...
  • 56% Oppose Justice Department Challenge of Arizona Law; 61% Favor Similar Law In Their State

    07/08/2010 1:26:38 PM PDT · by highlander_UW · 24 replies
    Rasmussen ^ | 7/8/10 | Rasmussen report
    56% Oppose Justice Department Challenge of Arizona Law; 61% Favor Similar Law In Their State Voters by a two-to-one margin oppose the U.S. Justice Department’s decision to challenge the legality of Arizona’s new immigration law in federal court. Sixty-one percent (61%), in fact, favor passage of a law like Arizona’s in their own state, up six points from two months ago. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 28% of voters agree that the Justice Department should challenge the state law. Fifty-six percent (56%) disagree and another 16% are not sure. These findings are unchanged from late...
  • Majority of people want existing immigration laws enforced!

    07/08/2010 1:58:05 PM PDT · by nmh · 17 replies
    Personal Liberty Digest ^ | 7/8/10 | Bob Livingston Poll
    Immigration Reform… Should America Follow Arizona's Lead? Here are the results! The Total Number of people who voted in this poll: 225,899 1) Should America follow Arizona’s lead when it comes to immigration reform? 97% voted: Yes 2% voted: No 0% voted: Undecided 2) Do you believe illegal immigrants take jobs U.S. citizens want? 86% voted: Yes 9% voted: No 5% voted: Undecided 3) Do you feel being asked for proof of citizenship is a violation of your civil rights? 3% voted: Yes 95% voted: No 1% voted: Undecided 4) Would you like to see your state pass a similar...
  • 64% In Arizona Say Children Born To Illegals Should Not Automatically Become U.S. Citizens

    07/05/2010 11:29:39 AM PDT · by Talkradio03 · 40 replies
    hotairpundit ^ | 7/4/10 | HAP
    New Poll finds that 64% agree that children born to illegal immigrants should not automatically become citizens of the United States. Twenty-six percent (26%) disagree and say these children should... (Poll)
  • MSNBC Poll

    07/03/2010 9:26:22 AM PDT · by Paul46360 · 27 replies · 1+ views
    MSNBC Newsvine ^ | 7-2-10 | msnbc
    Do you support Arizona's tough new law on illegal immigration? In July, Arizona will begin enforcing a new law that requires law enforcement officers to check someone’s immigration status if they have reason to suspect that he or she is in the country illegally. Do you think this is a good idea?
  • Fox News Poll: Secure the Border First (but Obama has no plans to do such a thing)

    07/02/2010 7:22:46 AM PDT · by tobyhill · 20 replies
    fox news ^ | 7/2/2010 | fox news
    A majority of American voters think the federal government should secure the country’s borders first, before Congress works on new immigration legislation. The Obama administration wants comprehensive immigration overhaul to come first, while Republican leaders are pushing for improved border security as the top priority. A Fox News poll released Friday asked American voters what should happen first: 59 percent think the government should secure the border first, while 30 percent think the priority should be new legislation. Large numbers of Republicans (72 percent) and independents (65 percent) support securing the border first. Views are fairly evenly split among Democrats,...
  • Gov. Brewer to President Obama ...(Must see video)

    06/29/2010 12:07:38 PM PDT · by AuntB · 40 replies
    Mediaite ^ | Jan. 27, 2010 | Glynnis MacNicol
    Arizona Governor Jan Brewer... who is up for election this November.... filmed her new spot 80 miles from the AZ border in front of new signs erected by the Federal government this month warning visitors that traveling in the desert is not safe because it is a “active drug and human smuggling area” and that visitors may encounter armed vehicles. Says Brewer:"Two weeks ago I met with President Obama, he promised that we would get word from his administration on what he would do to secure the border, well, we finally got the message…these signs…These signs warning people of danger...

    06/18/2010 9:11:10 AM PDT · by AuntB · 87 replies · 1,121+ views
    National Assn of Former Border Patrol Officers ^ | June 17, 2010 | NAFBPO- Foreign News Report
    El Debate (Culiacan, Sinaloa) 6-17-10 The approval of the migratory law in Arizona substantially lowers the opinion that Mexicans have of the United States, its people and its president according to a poll taken on Thursday. Of the 22 nations surveyed in the poll, public opinion of the United States declined only in Mexico according to the Pew Poll of Global Attitudes. Only 49% of Mexicans expressed a positive view of our neighbor to the North, compared to 57% last year. The major decline in the general opinion of the United States in Mexico was due, in part, to the...
  • 71% in Pennsylvania Favor Troops on Border To Stop Illegal Immigration

    06/14/2010 9:34:22 AM PDT · by AuntB · 29 replies · 369+ views
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | June 12, 2010 | Rasmussen
    Seventy-one percent (71%) of Likely Voters in Pennsylvania support sending U.S. troops to the border with Mexico to help prevent illegal immigration, according to a new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the state. Sixteen percent (16%) are opposed to such a move, while 14% are not sure. Nationally, 79% of voters believe the U.S. military should be used on the country's southern border for that purpose. President Obama is sending troops to the Mexican border but says they are there only to prevent Mexican drug violence from spilling into this country. The survey of 500 Likely Voters in Pennsylvania was...
  • Gallup: Hispanic Voters' Preferences Unchanged Post-Arizona Law (Nationwide Poll)

    06/11/2010 2:56:18 PM PDT · by GOPGuide · 32 replies · 932+ views
    Gallup ^ | June 11, 2010 | Gallup
    PRINCETON, NJ -- Hispanic voters nationwide haven't shifted their congressional voting preferences since the signing of Arizona's new immigration law on April 23. Their preference for the Democratic candidate over the Republican candidate, 61% to 32%, in April 23 to June 8 interviewing almost identically matches the 60% to 32% margin recorded between March 1 and April 22. White voters and black voters also haven't changed their voting intentions. snip But that does not appear to be the case -- at least to this point in time. That said, President Obama's job approval rating is down among Hispanics this year....
  • Poll results show U.S. sides with Brewer in regards to new immigration law

    06/10/2010 7:56:59 AM PDT · by SandRat · 9 replies · 89+ views
    SIERRA VISTA Herald/Review - Capitol Media Services ^ | Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services
    PHOENIX — More Americans agree with how Jan Brewer sees the immigration problem than the views of Barack Obama. But that doesn’t mean they want her to be president. A new nationwide Rasmussen Reports survey taken in the days after the pair met — a meeting that gained national attention — 34 percent of the 1,000 likely voters said their views on illegal immigration are closer to that of the president. By contrast, 56 percent said they more closely aligned with those of Brewer. The pair had sharply divergent opinions on what to do about the issue. Obama, after their...
  • Poll: Nevadans back Arizona law on illegal immigration

    06/08/2010 7:34:37 AM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 5 replies · 24+ views
    Las Vegas Review-Journal ^ | June 8, 2010 | LYNNETTE CURTIS
    A majority of Nevadans would welcome an Arizona-style law to crack down on illegal immigrants, according to a new poll commissioned by the Review-Journal. The survey showed 57 percent of Nevadans would support giving local law enforcement the power to ask people already stopped for possible violations of the law to show proof they are in the country legally, then arrest those who couldn't provide that proof.
  • Californians Split On Arizona's Illegal Immigration Crackdown ["Split"? 50% Support: 43% Oppose!]

    05/30/2010 4:06:15 PM PDT · by Steelfish · 26 replies · 736+ views
    LATimes ^ | May 30, 2010 | Seema Mehta
    Californians Split On Arizona's Illegal Immigration Crackdown Of the voters surveyed, 50% support Arizona's law and 43% oppose it. There were sharp divides along lines of ethnicity and age. By Seema Mehta May 30, 2010 | California voters are closely divided over the crackdown on illegal immigration in Arizona, with sharp splits along lines of ethnicity and age, according to a new Los Angeles Times/USC poll. Overall, 50% of registered voters surveyed said they support the law, which compels police to check the immigration status of those they suspect are in the country illegally, while 43% oppose it. That level...
  • FReep This Poll:What solution do you support regarding illegal immigration?

    05/22/2010 5:37:55 PM PDT · by Military family member · 15 replies · 729+ views
    The Journal of Business ^ | 5/22/2010 | The Journal of Business
    What solution do you support regarding illegal immigration? We need to adopt new federal laws that ensure stronger, more secure borders Illegal immigrants need to be sent back to their home countries. All illegal immigrants should be granted Amnesty and offered full citizenship. We need to build a new "Ellis Island" type facility near the Mexico Border as a means of properly processing immigrants. The United States needs to annex Mexico. Each state needs to be allowed to handle the situation in its own fashion as with Arizona. There is no solution. A solution not posted here.
  • 67% Say Mexico Does Not Want To Stop Illegal Immigration

    05/21/2010 5:14:02 AM PDT · by SmokingJoe · 51 replies · 850+ views
    Rasmussen ^ | Wednesday, May 19, 2010 | Rasmussen
    Most Americans don’t believe Mexico wants to stop the illegal flow of its citizens into this country and think America’s southern neighbor should be asked to compensate U.S. taxpayers for costs incurred by illegal immigration. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 13% of Adults think Mexico wants to stop illegal immigration. Sixty-seven percent (67%) say Mexico does not want to stop its citizens from entering the United States illegally. Another 20% are not sure. Mexican President Felipe Calderon in his meeting today with President Obama complained that Arizona’s new immigration law encourages discrimination. But Arizona officials...
  • Fox News Poll: States Should Have Right to Make Immigration Law

    05/21/2010 6:36:32 AM PDT · by Mrs. Don-o · 14 replies · 590+ views ^ | May 20, 2010 | Dana Blanton
    Amid the ongoing controversy over Arizona's new immigration law, voters by a 2-to-1 margin think individual states should have the right to make their own immigration laws. And a majority of voters would like their own state to follow Arizona's lead. [snip] Only about a third of voters -- 34 percent -- think the country’s immigration laws need to be overhauled completely. Sixty-one percent think instead the country needs to enforce the existing immigration laws. There's much more agreement on the issue of border security. Most people -- 76 percent -- think the current level of security at the country’s...
  • FReep this Poll: Do you support Arizona's new law on illegal immigration?

    05/18/2010 11:17:38 AM PDT · by Military family member · 23 replies · 924+ views
    The Journal of Business ^ | 5/18/2010 | The Journal of Business
    Yes, we need to protect our borders. Yes, the law needs to be expanded nationwide. In theory, but parts of the law are vague and should be made more specific. No, the new law will result in racial profiling. No, as a nation of immigrants, we have no right to restrict access.
  • Poll: Majority of Americans back Arizona immigration law

    05/13/2010 7:42:41 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 28 replies · 704+ views
    SacBee ^ | 05/13/10 | Margaret Talev
    Poll: Majority of Americans back Arizona immigration law By Margaret Talev Published Thursday, May. 13, 2010 WASHINGTON – A strong majority of Americans support Arizona's controversial new immigration law and would back similar laws in their own states, a new McClatchy-Ipsos poll found. Sixty-one percent of Americans – and 64 percent of registered voters – said they favored the law in a survey of 1,016 adults conducted May 6-9. Strikingly, nearly half of Democrats like the law, under which local law enforcement officers are tasked with verifying people's immigration status if they suspect them of being in the country illegally....
  • If conservatives oppose amnesty Hispanics will punish them in November? The numbers say otherwise

    05/12/2010 6:38:07 AM PDT · by jmaroneps37 · 19 replies · 605+ views
    The Collins Report ^ | May 12, 2010 | Kevin “Coach” Collins
    In their attempt to scare Republicans into supporting amnesty for illegal aliens, the Democrat controlled media and the Democrat controlling SEIU have declared, “Latino voters will be a force in the next election.” The implication is that the boogyman will “get” the GOP if Republicans don’t kowtow and go along with efforts to give illegal aliens amnesty and register them as new Democrat voters. the numbers As currently composed the Hispanic vote is actually negligible and only important in a limited number of locations. Moreover, in a survey taken immediately after the 2008 election of the 85% of voters expressing...
  • 70% in Massachusetts Favor Ban on Public Benefits For Illegal Immigrants

    05/12/2010 7:17:04 AM PDT · by iowamark · 34 replies · 902+ views
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | May 12, 2010 | Scott Rasmussen
    Seventy percent (70%) of Massachusetts voters favor a proposal recently rejected by the state legislature that would stop illegal immigrants from receiving public benefits. A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey shows that just 17% oppose the proposal to prevent illegal immigrants from gaining access to public housing, unemployment benefits, welfare or workers compensation. Thirteen percent (13%) more are not sure. The proposal failed to pass in the Democratically-controlled State House last month by a 75 to 82 vote. Fifty percent (50%) of voters in Massachusetts oppose a boycott of Arizona like the one just passed by Boston City Council to...
  • IBD/TIPP Poll: 60% Favor New Arizona Immigration Law

    05/05/2010 8:23:31 AM PDT · by Slyscribe · 23 replies · 822+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | 5/4/2010 | Sean Higgins
    Editorial pages may rage against the Arizona immigration law, but a solid majority of Americans support it, an IBD/TIPP poll found. Sixty percent back the law, with 40% strongly favoring it, according to preliminary results. Meanwhile, 30% oppose it, with 20% strongly disapproving it. The remaining 10% are unsure. The responses show a public increasingly frustrated with the response by local, state and federal authorities and welcoming solutions — like Arizona's law — that would have been politically untenable a few years ago.
  • NY Times: Poll Shows Most in U.S. Want Overhaul of Immigration Laws

    05/03/2010 4:01:17 PM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 34 replies · 835+ views
    NY Times ^ | May 3, 2010 | By RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD and MEGAN THEE-BRENAN
    LOS ANGELES — The overwhelming majority of Americans think that the country’s immigration policies need to be seriously overhauled. And despite protests against Arizona’s stringent new immigration enforcement law, a slim majority of Americans support it, even though they say it may lead to racial profiling. These are the findings of the latest New York Times/CBS News poll. The public broadly agrees, across party lines, that the United States could be doing more along its border to keep illegal immigrants out: 78 percent of respondents. That unity, however, fractures on the question of what to do with illegal immigrants already...
  • Large Majority Of American Oppose Equal Rights For Illegal Immigrants

    04/29/2010 11:49:28 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 41 replies · 1,106+ views
    Eurasia Review ^ | April 29, 2010
    A large majority of likely voters do not agree that illegal aliens are entitled to the same rights and basic freedoms as U.S. citizens. The Zogby Interactive poll of 2,108 adults conducted from April 16-19 also found broad support for major immigration reform and immigration regulations that are more restrictive.79% do not agree that illegal aliens are entitled to the same rights and basic freedoms as U.S. citizens. Liberals are the only ideological group where more agree (49%) than disagree (46%) that illegal aliens have those rights. Both Congress and President Barack Obama get very low on their handling of...
  • Denver Post Poll: Do you think Colorado needs an Arizona-style immigration law?

    04/29/2010 11:44:09 AM PDT · by ColoCdn · 59 replies · 1,856+ views
    Denver Post ^ | April 29th, 2010 | Denver Post
    Post Poll - Immigration Do you think Colorado needs an Arizona-style immigration law?
  • Poll: Most support Arizona immigration law

    04/29/2010 8:31:14 AM PDT · by Brandonmark · 10 replies · 433+ views ^ | April 29, 2010 | UPI
    NEW YORK, April 29 (UPI) -- Seven in 10 U.S. adults support arresting people who can't prove they're in the United States legally, a poll about Arizona's new immigration law indicated. The Angus Reid Public Opinion poll of 1,002 American adults asked respondents if they'd want four guidelines in Arizona's immigration law enacted in their own state. The law, the nation's toughest, seeks to identify, prosecute and deport illegal immigrants and gives police broad powers to stop people on suspicion of being in the United States illegally. Seventy-one percent of poll respondents said they'd support requiring their own police to...
  • Americans Support Arizona Immigration Bill

    04/29/2010 5:44:44 AM PDT · by Princeverdi · 33 replies · 705+ views
    Many adults in the United States would like several regulations included in the Arizona immigration bill to be implemented in their own state, according to a poll by Angus Reid Public Opinion. 76 per cent of respondents support making it a crime to transport someone who is an illegal immigrant. In addition, 71 per cent of respondents are in favour of both requiring state and local police to determine the status of a person if there is “reasonable suspicion” that they are illegal immigrants and arresting people who are unable to provide documentation to prove they are in the U.S....
  • Nationally, 60% Favor Letting Local Police Stop and Verify Immigration Status

    04/26/2010 11:05:19 AM PDT · by Bokababe · 170 replies · 3,462+ views
    Rasmussen ^ | 1/26/10 | Staff
    Advertisement Quantcast Arizona Governor Jan Brewer last week signed a new law into effect that authorizes local police to stop and verify the immigration status of anyone they suspect of being an illegal immigrant. A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey finds that 60% of voters nationwide favor such a law, while 31% are opposed. Seventy-seven percent (77%) of Republicans support the law along with 62% of voters not affiliated with either major party. Democratic voters are evenly divided on the measure. At the same time, however, 58% of all voters are at least somewhat concerned that “efforts to identify and...
  • YOU DECIDE: Will Immigration Law Help or Harm? AZ - FOX POLL

    04/25/2010 3:19:52 PM PDT · by AuntB · 63 replies · 1,809+ views
    Fox News ^ | Apr. 25, 2010 | FOX News
    *******Hit this current FOX POLL! Looking good! YOU DECIDE: Will Immigration Law Help or Harm? Help. The state had to do something, especially in the wake of recent border violence and the murder of rancher Bob Krentz by an illegal immigrant last month. 94% (110,369 votes) Harm. The bill will promote racial profiling, hurt relations with Mexico and cost the state in possible class-action lawsuits. 4% (4,750 votes) Not sure, but an immigration law of this magnitude should probably involve President Obama and Capitol Hill. 1% (1,373 votes) Other (post a comment) 1% (840 votes)
  • 70% of Arizona Voters Favor New State Measure Cracking Down On Illegal Immigration

    04/24/2010 8:08:12 AM PDT · by VU4G10 · 120 replies · 2,406+ views
    The Arizona legislature has now passed the toughest measure against illegal immigration in the country, authorizing local police to stop and check the immigration status of anyone they suspect of being in the country illegally. A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey finds that 70% of likely voters in Arizona approve of the legislation, while just 23% oppose it.
  • Poll: Do You Support The Proposed Immigration Bill (AZ)?

    04/22/2010 12:27:15 PM PDT · by exbrit · 55 replies · 1,498+ views
    KVOA TUCSON ^ | 4/22/10 | Unspecified
    A sweeping new immigration bill sits on Governor Brewer's desk awaiting her signature or veto. Supporters of the bill say that it will curb illegal immigration, while opponents state that it will result in wide-spread racial profiling. What do you think about the bill? Is it racist? Is it a good idea? Will it curb illegal immigration? Does it give law enforcement the right to stop a person on suspicion of being an illegal immigration? Is it a step in the right direction? Vote in the poll and let us know your thoughts and interpretations of the bill. Key passages...
  • New poll shows 'sea change' in Californians' attitudes toward illegal immigration

    04/05/2010 8:23:07 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 69 replies · 2,124+ views ^ | April 5, 2010 | Ken McLaughlin
    In a dramatic turnaround from 16 years ago, Californians now overwhelmingly favor giving illegal immigrants a "path to legalization'' rather than punishing them by denying them a public education and social services, according to a poll unveiled Monday. The survey of 1,515 registered voters showed that 67 percent of Californians support a two-pronged approach to solving the illegal immigration problem: implementing stronger enforcement at the border while setting up a legalization path for undocumented immigrants who admit they broke the law, perform community service, learn English and pay fines and back taxes. Seventy percent favor stricter border controls and a...
  • 59% Say U.S. Should Continue To Build Fence on U.S.-Mexico Border - Rasmussen

    03/20/2010 9:49:12 AM PDT · by AuntB · 28 replies · 631+ views
    Rasmussen reports/poll ^ | Mar. 18, 2010 | Rasmussen
    The Obama administration announced on Tuesday that it is halting funding of the fence along the U.S.-Mexico border, but 59% of Americans believe the United States should continue to build that fence. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 26% of adults disagree and think the building of the fence should be stopped. Fifteen percent (15%) more are not sure. Support for the fence has been at this level for several years. In January of last year, 60% favored the continued building of the fence to help stop illegal immigration and drug trafficking. In August 2007, 56%...
  • 77% Oppose Drivers’ Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants

    11/06/2007 10:18:30 AM PST · by neverdem · 81 replies · 207+ views
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | November 06, 2007 | NA
    Seventy-seven percent (77%) of American adults are opposed to making drivers licenses available to people who are in the country illegally. A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that just 16% take the opposite view and believe that undocumented immigrants should be allowed to get a license. State surveys in Virginia and Kentucky show similar results. Eighty-eight percent (88%) of Republicans oppose giving drivers’ licenses to undocumented immigrants. So do 68% of Democrats and 75% of those not affiliated with either major political party. There is little difference along gender, age, or income levels. New York Governor Elliot Spitzer recently...
  • Minority Advocates, Constituents Differ on Immigration - Zogby poll

    02/25/2010 9:10:36 AM PST · by AuntB · 13 replies · 536+ views
    Center for Immigration Studies ^ | Feb. 25, 2010 | CIS
    Zogby Poll Finds Wide Support for Enforcement, Lower Numbers WASHINGTON (February 25, 2010) – While it is sometimes assumed that minorities, particularly Hispanics, favor increased immigration and legalization for illegal immigrants, a new Zogby survey finds that minority voters’ views are more complex. The poll of Hispanic, Asian-American, and African-American likely voters finds some support for legalization. But overall each of these groups prefers enforcement and for illegal immigrants to return home. Moreover, significant majorities of all three groups think that the current level of immigration is too high. These views are in sharp contrast to the leaders of most...
  • Business and Labor on Immigration Contrasting Views of Leaders vs. Rank and File - Zogby Poll

    02/03/2010 8:09:28 AM PST · by AuntB · 12 replies · 370+ views
    Center for Immigration Studies | Feb. 2, 2010 | CIS
    Zogby Poll: DC Lobbyists Often Out of Step with Constituencies WASHINGTON (February 3, 2010) - A new Zogby poll of senior executives, business owners, and members of union households finds that each of these groups thinks the best way to deal with illegal immigrants in the country is to enforce the law and cause them to return home. This is in stark contrast to lobbyists for large companies, such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which argue for legalization. The findings of the survey are consistent with surveys done by the National Federation of Independent Business, which represents small enterprises,...
  • Freep a Poll! (Should illegals get amnesty? Kalifornia poll)

    01/07/2010 1:17:40 PM PST · by dynachrome · 23 replies · 1,130+ views ^ | 1-7-09 | OC Register
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  • Religious Leaders vs. Members: An Examination of Contrasting Views on Immigration

    12/29/2009 10:26:24 AM PST · by AuntB · 17 replies · 914+ views
    Center for Immigration Studies ^ | Dec. 2009 | Steven A. Camarota / Zogby
    Poll: Pew and Pulpit Disagree on Immigration Zogby Survey Finds Religious Leaders and Members at Odds WASHINGTON (December 29, 2009) - In contrast to many national religious leaders who are lobbying for increases in immigration, a new Zogby poll of likely voters who belong to the same religious communities finds strong support for reducing overall immigration. Moreover, members strongly disagree with their leaders’ contention that more immigrant workers need to be allowed into the country. Also, most parishioners and congregants prefer more enforcement to cause illegal workers to go home, rather than legalization of illegal immigrants, which most religious leaders...
  • Public Opinion in Mexico on U.S. Immigration: Zogby Poll Examines Attitudes

    10/14/2009 9:18:51 AM PDT · by AuntB · 26 replies · 1,747+ views
    Center for Immigration Studies ^ | Oct. 14, 2009 | CIS
    A new survey by Zogby International finds that people in Mexico think that granting legal status to illegal immigrants in the United States would encourage more illegal immigration to the United States. As the top immigrant-sending country for both legal and illegal immigrants, views on immigration in Mexico can provide insight into the likely impact of an amnesty, as well as other questions related to immigration. Among the findings: * A clear majority of people in Mexico, 56 percent, thought giving legal status to illegal immigrants in the United States would make it more likely that people they know would...