Poll: Mexicans More Likely to Come to U.S. if Granted Amnesty
Published on Wed, Oct 14, 2009
The polling wars on immigration reform have officially begun. Today, the Center for Immigration Studies, which aims to restrict immigration to the United States and deport those who are here illegally, sent around the findings of a recent Zogby poll which finds that — surprise! — a majority of Mexicans say they think their friends and family would be more likely to come to the United States if the U.S. granted them permanent legal status. Never mind that no U.S. lawmaker is actually proposing to do that.
Published in the The Washington Independent | Read Article
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