According to the latest Rasmussen poll
(conducted May 29), only 26% of American voters favor passage of the Senate immigration reform bill. Unaffiliated voters are now more opposed to the bill than either Republicans or Democrats.
- 81% of American voters are closely following news stories about the issue.
75% want the Senate immigration reform bill to increase border security measures and reduce illegal immigration.
74% do not believe illegal immigration will decline if the Senate bill is passed.
68% believe it is possible to reduce illegal immigration
66% believe it doesn't make sense to debate new immigration laws until we can first control our borders and enforce existing laws.
57% of unaffiliated voters oppose the Senate immigration bill
41% believe the Senate bill will actually lead to an increase in illegal immigration.
29% would “make it easier for illegal immigrants to stay in the country and eventually become citizens.”
16% believe illegal immigration will decline if the Senate bill is passed
Labels: Illegal Immigration, Immigration Reform