US Majority Rejects Immigrant Deportations
18 de marzo de 2017, 00:16Washington, Mar 18 (Prensa Latina) Most of the US citizens prefers ways to grant legal status to undocumented immigrants over mass deportations, according to poll results published today.
The poll by the CNN news network revealed that 60 percent of those polled, the Government's top priority on immigration should be developing a plan to favor the undocumented foreigners that are part of the labor force in the country.
In the opinion of 26 and 13 percent of those polled, the main alternatives would be stopping the illegal crossings at borders and deportations, respectively.
According to the study, 58 percent of the participants in the poll is more concerned about return of immigrants to their original countries than about their supposed criminality.
Among republicans, 55 percent is opposed to attempts to deport all the people that live illegally in the United States, a stance shared by 86 and 71 percent of the democrats and independents, respectively.
The poll was taken by telephone on 1,025 adults, from March 1-4, with a margin of error of around three percent.
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