From January 30th-February 3rd, 2013, Langer Research Associates conducted a poll of 1,038 adults for the Washington Post and ABC News. The poll has a margin of error of +/-3.5%.
- A majority of Americans favor a path to citizenship. 55 percent of respondents said they supported a path to citizenship for the undocumented, while 41 percent were opposed. This includes majorities of independents and moderates, and majorities in every region of the country.
- Approval of President Obama’s handling of immigration is higher than ever . The week after the President unveiled a plan for immigration reform that included a clear path to citizenship for the undocumented, 49% of Americans said they approved of his handling of immigration while 43% disapproved — the highest approval Obama has seen on the issue since arriving in office. The President’s approval on immigration has improved 13 points since July 2012.