August 2, 2013 Quinnipiac American voters are united in their 64 – 31 percent support of the immigration reform act recently passed in the U.S. Senate. Support is strong among every partisan, gender, racial, religious, income and age group. The public supports the immigration bill 2-1 and shows unusual... Continue »
House GOP Gets a Zero Grade for Progress  As Congress slinks home for the August recess, immigration reform remains the rare example of an issue with potential bipartisan backing and public support from across the political spectrum.  Recognizing that a strong majority of the House of Representatives would pass such... Continue »
Frank Sharry: “Speaker Boehner Allowed Steve King a Vote to Deport DREAMers, Why Not a Similar Vote on a Path to Citizenship?” New polling released today by Public Policy Polling (PPP) demonstrates that voters grasp the damage Rep. Steve King’s (R-IA) immigration approach is having on the GOP and... Continue »
Today, Latino Decisions and America’s Voice released the results of a new poll of Latino voters in 24 Republican-held battleground districts.  The poll probed how immigration reform and the two parties’ handling of it in the House could impact key 2014 races. Said Gary Segura, Professor of American Politics and Chair... Continue »
This poll was conducted by telephone from July 18-22, 2013 among 1,036 adults nationwide. Data collection was conducted on behalf of CBS News by Social Science Research Solutions of Media, Pa. Phone numbers were dialed from samples of both standard land-line and cell phones. The error due to sampling... Continue »
When Will Boehner and His Caucus Allow this Majority View to be Expressed in the House? As a series of series of newpolls and analysis highlight, support for passing a bill with citizenship continues to grow and diversify: An Overwhelming Majority of the American Public Supports Immigration Reform with... Continue »
On June 13-July 5, 2013,  Gallup conducted a poll. Results are based on telephone interviews  with 4,373 adults, aged 18 and older, living in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, including oversamples of black and Hispanic adults. For results based on this sample of national adults, one... Continue »
Quinnipiac August 2, 2013 A new Quinnipiac poll finds that 64 percent of voters support the Senate immigration bill, including 60 percent of Republicans. How to square this with polls showing that Republicans oppose a path to citizenship? One possibility: when polls offer a stark choice — do you support citizenship or not —... Continue »
Between July 5th and 7th, 2013 PPP conducted a Poll surveyed 837 likely 2014 voters in CA-10, 552 in CA-21, 657 in CA-31, 692 in CO-6, 696 in MN-2, 544 in NV-3, and 543 in NY-11 between July 5th and 7th. The margins of error for the surveys are +/-3.4%, +/-4.2%, +/-3.8%, +/-3.7%,... Continue »
Below is a press release on new polling from Public Policy Polling and the Alliance for Citizenship: PPP Pollster Says: “House Republicans Could Face Voter Backlash”  As House Republicans get ready to hold their immigration summit on Wednesday, July 10, Public Policy Polling released seven new polls today showing voters—including... Continue »