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Trump Wants American Taxpayers to Spend Billions Funding a Mass Deportation Strategy They Fundamentally Oppose

Poll after poll shows that the Trump Administration’s radicalism on immigration is at odds with the views of the vast majority of Americans on a range of topics. Why is he pursuing a deportation strategy they fundamentally oppose? Overwhelming and Durable Public Support for Legalization, Not Deportation   CNN (March 2017): 90% of Americans, including … Continue reading »

Trump Wants Taxpayers to Spend Billions Funding a Mass Deportation Strategy They Fundamentally Oppose

The Trump White House is demanding that billions of dollars in taxpayer money go to an expanded deportation force, new detention centers, and a border wall with Mexico–the building blocks of funding a mass deportation strategy. While Trump panders to the small minority of nativists who make up his base, poll after poll shows that Trump’s … Continue reading »

Quinnipiac Poll Latest Reminder that 3-of-4 Americans Back Immigrant Legalization and Reject Trump’s Deportation Vision

As the Trump Administration moves forward on its mass deportation immigration vision, new polling from Quinnipiac shows that the vast majority of Americans back immigrant legalization, and is the latest reminder that Trump’s extremism on immigration is at odds with the wishes of most Americans. 63% of Americans support citizenship; 74% of Americans back immigrant legalization … Continue reading »

Cruel, Chaotic and Costly: The Fallout from Trump’s Mass Deportation Blueprint

Washington, DC – The Trump Administration’s blueprint for mass deportation, laid out in detail by this week’s DHS implementation memos, are set to be cruel, chaotic and costly. Trump’s radicalism on immigration has plunged millions of families into crisis, caused confusion, division and fear throughout America and the world and are unpopular with the American … Continue reading »

Trump and GOP Blueprint for Deportation As Unpopular As It is Radical

Washington, DC – The DHS implementation memos on immigration enforcement are just the latest in a string of reminders that the Trump Administration intends to pander to the small minority of nativists who make up Trump’s base instead of responding to the wishes of the broad majority of the American public. In poll after poll, … Continue reading »

The Polling Is Clear: The American Public Likes Immigrants And Hates Donald Trump

Recent polling couldn’t be any clearer: Undocumented immigrants are popular with the American people. Donald Trump is not. “Virtually every recent poll shows that Americans believe that illegal immigrants currently living in the United States should be given a chance to remain here legally,” writes Karlyn Bowman in Forbes. Look no further than a massive … Continue reading »

Polling Roundup: Trump’s Immigration and Refugee Policies Are as Unpopular as He Is

Donald Trump’s radical immigration and refugee executive orders are dangerous, un-American, and — according to three new polls — unpopular. Polling from Gallup, CNN, and CBS News make clear that President Trump is personally unpopular, as is his immigration-related policy agenda. According to Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America’s Voice Education Fund, “Now we know why President Trump has … Continue reading »

Dr Robert Jones, Noted Public Opinion Researcher: Americans, Including Republicans, Overwhelmingly Oppose Mass Deportation and Support a Path to Legal Status

President Trump’s immigration executive order creates a blueprint for mass deportation and builds up the Deportation Force he called for during the campaign. But is his hard-edged approach to undocumented immigrants popular with the American people or not? No. In fact, Trump’s approach is wildly unpopular with the American people and diametrically opposed to what the vast … Continue reading »

CA and NY Analyses of Latino Vote: Exit Polls Got it Wrong

Pieces in LA Times and NY Daily News Highlight New Precinct-Level Analyses in California and New York Find that Edison Exit Polls Overestimated Latino Support for Trump Two new op-eds detail precinct-level analyses of how the Latino electorate in California and New York actually voted in 2016, adding powerful evidence to the argument that the Edison exit polls overestimated … Continue reading »

ICYMI: “Study: Trump Fared Worse than Romney in Florida Hispanic Vote”

A new op-ed published in The Hill from Ali Valenzuela, an Assistant Professor of Politics and Latino Studies at Princeton University, and Tyler Reny, a Ph.D. student at the UCLA Department of Political Science, summarizes their recent analysis of voting precincts in Florida to explore how the state’s Hispanic electorate actually voted in 2016. Despite the national exit … Continue reading »

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