Poll: On New Immigration Reform about Young Illegal
New Immigration reform announced by The President of United States of America, stop deporting undocumented immigrants who came to our country illegal when they were very young. This new immigration policy will not allow path to become US Citizen, but it closer to the DREAM Act, which has been introduced separately in different states.
Survey suggests that 66 percent of the US national said it’s a ‘good thing’ about immigration and US economy. But 29 percent of the people not happy with the US immigration policy, rest fall under either do not care or how will it affect me.
In 2009, Gallup found 50 percent in favor of decreasing immigration, just 32 percent for keeping the current level, and only 14 percent for increased immigration.
Immigrant-bashing seems to be going out of favor, something which might be noted by anti-immigrant legislators in the Deep South and such mouths in Congress as Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa.
Just 2 percent say immigration is the most important problem facing the U.S., down from 19 percent in 2006.
Seventy-six percent of Democrats think immigration is good for the U.S., 63 percent of Independents and even 62 percent of Republicans.
Helping illegal immigrant will Obama regain the power of Presidential from the election which will happen in November? Yes, say’s political scientist Matt Barreto. A record 21.7 million Hispanics are eligible to vote in 2012. Latino voters have a close relative or friend who is in the country illegally.