Immigration, Public Opinion

“Should the United States deport immigrants living here illegally, or offer them a path to citizenship?”
Offer path to citizenship45.91%
+0 D
+1.1 W
+0.4 M
-4.9 Y
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Support for immigrant path to citizenship drops, poll shows
New poll shows 45.9% of Americans favor offering citizenship, a 4.9 percentage point decrease from a year ago, amidst global immigration debates.
45.91% of Americans believe the US should offer a path to citizenship for immigrants living illegally in the country, down 4.93 percentage points from a year ago. The UK recently passed a bill to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda, highlighting the divisive immigration debate globally.
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67.76%Yes, legal+ 0 D+ 0.4 W+ 0 M+ 0.4 Y
43.68%Oppose+ 0 D+ 0.1 W- 0.4 M- 0.3 Y
68.94%Yes, legal+ 0 D+ 0 W+ 0.6 M- 0.1 Y
53.39%Yes+ 0 D+ 0 W- 0.4 M- 0.4 Y
31.23%Legal in all cases- 0 D- 0 W- 0.3 M- 0.6 Y
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