10 Polls Proving Public Support for Immigration Reform

  1. 86% of Republicans believe Congress should take action to fix the immigration system – Harper Polling, June 2014
  2. 78% of GOP primary voters support a step-by-step approach to immigration reform – North Star Opinion Research, June 2014
  3. 71% of voters back sweeping change to immigration laws – Politico, May 2014
  4. 89% of Latino voters said it is important that Congress address immigration reform before the next election – Center for American Progress Action Fund/Latino Decisions, May 2014
  5. 84% of Republicans want immigration reform – Global Strategy Group/Basswood Research, February 2014
  6. 69% of voters believe undocumented immigrants should be allowed to stay in the U.S. – New York Times/CBS News, February 2014
  7. At least three-fourths of Hispanics support each of the parts of the Senate’s immigration reform proposal – Collaborative Survey with 10 Republican Polling Firms, May 2014
  8. 73% of voters believe there should be a way for undocumented immigrants to stay in the country if they meet certain requirements – Pew Research Center, February 2014
  9. 81% of voters favor a plan that would allow undocumented immigrants to apply for citizenship – CNN/ORC International, January 2014
  10. 68% of voters support a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants – Fox News, January 2014

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