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Immigration polling shows Americans support citizenship.

Toplines are available here Today, experts released new battleground poll results conducted by Latino Decisions – on behalf of America’s Voice, Mi Familia Vota, Indivisible, NAACP, The Immigration Hub, and AAPI Civic Engagement Fund – of Latino, Asian American, African American, Native American, and White likely voters in 61 districts across the United States. Resources … Continue reading »

Ohio immigrant legislation will help cities protect their populations.

58% Disapprove of Trump’s Immigration Record From Deportations, to Ending DACA, to Family Separations, Trump Administration Tries to “Make America Hate Again,” Americans Refuse Cleveland, OH — There are both practical and moral reasons why 58% of Americans disapprove of Trump’s handling of immigration (see recent Quinnipiac and Washington Post polls). In a column and … Continue reading »

Since the election of Donald Trump a number of other Republicans have tried to mimic his style of anti-immigrant ugliness to win elected office. But, many of their attempts have failed or backfired, showing repeatedly that — despite Trump’s election — attacking immigrants is not a path to electoral victory. After over a dozen electoral … Continue reading »

Immigration polling shows Americans support citizenship.

Gallup poll: record-high 75% think immigration is a good thing, up from last year Pew poll: Democrats have 14% advantage over Republicans on issue, up from 6% last fall As President Trump speaks of immigrants as “infesting” our country, killing Americans and hailing from “shithole countries,” everyday Americans have a different view. James Hohmann writes … Continue reading »

Americans rally behind immigrant neighbors in face of Trump's policies.

Findings Echoed in Strong Turnout at Rallies Across the State A Quinnipiac poll of 1,000 Ohio registered voters shows that the vast majority supports creating a path to citizenship for Dreamers and other undocumented immigrants. From the poll: Ohio voters say 76 – 19 percent that undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, so-called … Continue reading »