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Immigration polling shows Americans support citizenship.

New NBC/WSJ Poll Suggests Republican Strategy of Stoking Fear of Immigrants in Hopes of Disqualifying Democrats is Meeting Stiff Resistance The new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll is the latest evidence that the Republican strategy to make the midterms an ugly referendum on race and immigration is at odds with the growing pro-immigrant sentiment of … Continue reading »

A recording of today’s call is available here The slides from the presentation are available here Today, the NAACP released results from a new poll, conducted for the NAACP by the African American Research Collaborative and Latino Decisions, pulling data from voters in 61 of the nation’s most competitive midterm races. The poll analyzed views … Continue reading »

Cook Political Report moves race to “lean Republican” in a race in which turnout will make the difference AUSTIN – The Cook Political Report moved Texas’ Senate Race between U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke and Sen. Ted Cruz from “solid Republican” to “lean Republican”, as recent polls show El Paso Congressman O’Rourke closing the gap ahead … Continue reading »

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 »