Thursday, August 21, 2014

Say What: 63% Of Hispanics Want Immigration Laws Enforced

The next time a GOP elite tells you that enforcing our immigration laws will cost the GOP "hispanic votes," call them on the lie. A recent nationwide poll shows the opposite is true.

(Breitbart) After over 60,000 illegal immigrant juveniles, lured by Obama's executive amnesty, have flooded across the border since October of last year, "75% want more enforcement of current immigration laws, including 63% of Hispanics and over 50% of Democrats." Consistent with other public surveys, 60% believed that "sending these children back to their home countries will convince parents to stop sending their children to the U.S. border," and even "a majority of those who do not see immigration as a top ten issue want illegals returned home."

As for Obama's potential executive amnesty, 74% of respondents, including 81% of independents and 75% of moderates, reject it. Another 67%, including 64% of union members, believe that benefits and access to jobs for illegal immigrants should be reduced to compel illegal immigrants to return to their home countries and a majority across party lines want chain migration to be "limited to only spouses and minor children of legal immigrants."

A majority also recognized that plenty of Americans want to do jobs they are told they supposedly "won't do." For instance, "58% agree that there are plenty of Americans to do construction and service industry jobs, with no need for increased immigration to fill them." America has a surplus of both high-tech and low-skilled workers, and the poll found that 75% of likely voters believe that green cards "should be given to 100,000 or fewer immigrants per year."

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Posted By: Chris Carmouche