Statewide and congressional district-wide polling was conducted for America’s Voice by Benenson Strategy Group and Lake Research Partners before and after the 2008 November election. The Benenson Strategy Group and Lake Research Partners conducted 3371 poll of likely voters in 9 swing congressional districts from September 23 to October 5. The margin of error for… Continue »

Likely voters significantly favor comprehensive immigration reform, a new Zogby/Inter-American Dialogue survey shows. “When presented with more specific parameters of a path to citizenship, however, there was a marked increase in support. Sixty-seven percent would support a path to citizenship for immigrants in the U.S. illegally if they pay taxes, pay a penalty and learn English — 80% of Democrats, 57% of Republicans and 62% of political independents agree with this new path to citizenship.”

Immigration08.com Partner NDN released the results of a new set of polls this week that evaluate where voters in the states of Florida, Colorado, New Mexico, and Nevada stand on the issue of immigration reform. NDN’s results in these key battleground states prove conventional wisdom wrong once again. The states’ voters overwhelmingly support comprehensive immigration reform, including a path to citizenship for undocumented workers.

From August 6-14, 2008, Bendixen  & Associates conducted a poll for NDN of 500 voters in each of four states: Florida, Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada. The margin of error for each state sample is +/-4%. The poll was conducted in English and Spanish and included an oversampling of at least 150 Hispanic voters in… Continue »

From August 6-14, 2008, Bendixen  & Associates conducted a poll for NDN of 500 voters in each of four states: Florida, Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada. The margin of error for each state sample is +/-4%. The poll was conducted in English and Spanish and included an oversampling of at least 150 Hispanic voters in… Continue »

From August 6-14, 2008, Bendixen  & Associates conducted a poll for NDN of 500 voters in each of four states: Florida, Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada. The margin of error for each state sample is +/-4%. The poll was conducted in English and Spanish and included an oversampling of at least 150 Hispanic voters in… Continue »

From August 6-14, 2008, Bendixen  & Associates conducted a poll for NDN of 500 voters in each of four states: Florida, Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada. The margin of error for each state sample is +/-4%. The poll was conducted in English and Spanish and included an oversampling of at least 150 Hispanic voters in… Continue »