Monday, November 25, 2013

Large majority of Americans support immigration reform including path to citizenship


Here's a good reason for Republicans to work with the President and Dems on immigration reform: a big majority of the country - Democrats, Independents and Republicans - support the legislation:

A consistent and solid majority of Americans — 63 percent — crossing party and religious lines favors legislation to create a pathway to citizenship for immigrants living in the United States illegally, while only 14 percent support legal residency with no option for citizenship, according a report published Monday by the nonpartisan Public Religion Research Institute.

Sixty percent of Republicans, 57 percent of independents and 73 percent of Democrats favor a pathway to citizenship, according to the report. Majorities of Protestants, Catholics and Americans with no religious affiliation also support that plan.

(via New York Times)

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