Common Sense Solution Favored over “Enforcement First” Option A solid majority of U.S. voters favor common sense immigration reform that includes a path to earned citizenship for current undocumented immigrants, and strong accountability measures, according to a groundbreaking, bipartisan poll conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, a Republican polling firm,... Continue »
On January 17-18, 2013, Anderson Robbins Research and Shaw & Company Research conducted a poll of 1,008 registered voters for Fox News. The margin of error for the poll is +/-3%. Two-thirds of voters support a path to citizenship. When asked “what government policy should be toward illegal immigrants currently... Continue »
On January 7-10, 2013, Hart Research Associates and Public Opinion Strategies conducted a poll of 1,003 registered voters who had voted in the 2012 election for America’s Voice and the SEIU. The margin of error for the poll is +/-3.1%. Four out of five voters support an immigration system... Continue »
Citizenship is the Centerpiece of Immigration Reform December 5, 2012 | Click here to download PDF Americans support a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.  Citizenship for undocumented Americans is the “missing piece” in our national immigration strategy, which has focused until today only on enforcement.  It is also... Continue »
To:          America’s Voice From:    David Mermin and Brittany L. Stalsburg, Lake Research Partners; Brian Nienaber, The Tarrance Group Re:         Recent polling on the issue of immigration Date:     November 13, 2012 View PDF of the polling results and PowerPoint presentation. A national Election Day poll of voters by Lake Research Partners... Continue »
Can Mitt Romney overcome his hardline immigration positions and meet his campaign’s ambitious goal of 38% of the Latino vote, in Florida and nationwide? Can Barack Obama build a strong enough case about his immigration record to energize and mobilize the Latino and immigrant community here and across the country? How... Continue »
New Poll from Latino Decisions Reveals that Immigration is Important Issue to Virginia’s Latino Voters Today, at a live streamed panel held at George Mason University (which was co-sponsored by the GMU Department of Public and International Affairs and the Middle East Studies Program) national political analysts, advocates, and community leaders from... Continue »
New Poll from Latino Decisions Reveals that Immigration is a Top Issue and Latino Voters Overwhelmingly Support Modified Driver’s License Proposal Today, at a live streamed panel at the University of New Mexico’s main campus, national political analysts, advocates, and community leaders from New Mexico discussed how Latino voters and the... Continue »