Mass immigration reduces jobs available to American workers and suppresses wages
Mass immigration reduces jobs available to American workers and suppresses wages

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Seventy-two percent of U.S. engineers say our government should limit the number of foreign engineers and technical professionals.
EE Times; October 29, 2007

Fifty-nine percent of Americans polled believe [i]llegal immigrants take American jobs.
American Solutions "Border Security Survey" ; August 27-29, 2007

Seventy-eight percent of Americans polled do not believe [t]he US economy would collapse without illegal workers.
American Solutions "Border Security Survey" ; August 27-29, 2007

Seventy-seven percent of Americans polled believe [i]f employers are not allowed to hire illegal workers, it would reduce the number of illegal immigrants in this country.
American Solutions "Border Security Survey" ; August 27-29, 2007

Fifty-seven percent of adults polled favor an immigration bill that incorporates imposing new fines on businesses that hire illegal aliens.
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll; June 8-11, 2007

Fifty-nine percent of Americans polled believe the more effective way to deal with the potential treat to national security posed by millions of illegal immigrants living within the United States is to crack down on illegal immigration by toughening the enforcement of existing laws, deporting illegal immigrants and prosecuting the employers who illegally employ workers.
UPI/Zogby Poll; April 13-16, 2007

Seventy-seven percent of Americans polled believe employers should be punished for hiring illegal aliens.
Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg Poll; April 5-9, 2007

Sixty-three percent of California voters favor stiffening penalties on businesses that hire illegal alien
Field Poll
; March 20-31, 2007

Seventy-nine percent of likely American voters disagree that public officials should use taxpayer funds to operate day laborer sites that help illegal aliens.
Judicial Watch-Zogby International Poll of Likely Voters ; March 22-26, 2007

Eighty-six percent of Americans favor the government issuing new tamper-proof Social Security cards as a way for people to prove they are eligible to work in the United States and believe such cards should be shown by potential new hires in order to get a job in the U.S.
USA Today/Gallup Poll; March 2-4, 2007

Fifty-five percent of Arizona voters would support a proposal that would make it a felony for businesses in Arizona to hire illegal immigrants.
KAET-TV and Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication poll; February 22-25, 2007

Eighty-three percent of Iowa's adults place more of the blame on companies that hired the undocumented immigrants, while nine percent pin more of the blame on the workers. The other eight percent are undecided.
The Iowa Poll, January 21-24, 2007

Sixty-three percent of American voters support or oppose fining businesses that employ illegal immigrants.
Quinnipiac University Poll; November 13-19, 2006

Fifty-six percent of Colorado residents polled, including fifty-nine percent of Hispanics , believe employers should be "severely penalized" for hiring illegal aliens.
The Denver Post/Mason-Dixon Polling and Research, July 12-13, 2006

Eighty-three percent of Oklahomans favor increasing penalties for employers that hire illegal aliens.
Tulsa World and KOTV poll, July 8-11, 2006

Sixty percent of Americans favor imposing fines of tens of thousands of dollars on employers who hire illegal immigrants.
Opinion Research Corporation/Lou Dobbs poll, June 8-11, 2006

One reason the public does not like legalizations is that they are skeptical of need for illegal-immigrant labor. An overwhelming majority of seventy-seven percent said there are plenty of Americans to fill low-wage jobs if employers pay more and treat workers better; just fifteen percent said there are not enough Americans for such jobs.
Zogby/CIS poll, April 17-24, 2006

Eighty-one percent of Americans polled support strict criminal penalties on employers who, after repeatedly being cited, persist in knowingly hiring illegal aliens.
Roper ASW Poll conducted for Negative Population Growth (NPG), April 14-16, 2006

Eighty-four percent of Americans believe the most effective way to reduce illegal immigration is to cut off the employment incentive for coming here by instituting tough penalties for businesses that hire illegal immigrants. More than half think this would be "very effective," and another 32% say it would be "somewhat effective."
The Gallup Poll, April 7-9, 2006

Fifty-nine percent of black California voters favor imposing stiff penalties on employers and individuals who hire illegal aliens.
The Field Poll, April 3-10, 2006

Sixty percent of California voters favor imposing stiff penalties on employers and individuals who hire illegal aliens.
The Field Poll, April 3-10, 2006

Seventy-three percent of Americans favor imposing fines and criminal charges against employers who hire illegals.
Opinion Dynamics Poll for FOX News, April 4-5, 2006

More than ninety percent of NFIB small-business owners surveyed believe illegal immigration is a problem. Seventy percent rank it as a "very serious" or "serious" problem.
National Federation of Independent Business Research Foundation Member Survey on Immigration, April 4, 2006

Eighty-six percent of NFIB small-business owners surveyed say illegal immigration should have a "very high" or "high" priority for Congress and the Bush administration.
National Federation of Independent Business Research Foundation Member Survey on Immigration, April 4, 2006

Sixty-three percent of NFIB small-business owners surveyed oppose amnesty for illegal immigrants if they only need to prove that they have been living in the U.S. for at least three years.
National Federation of Independent Business Research Foundation Member Survey on Immigration , April 4, 2006

Increasing penalties for employers who knowingly hire illegal aliens was supported by seventy-eight percent of NFIB small-business owners surveyed
National Federation of Independent Business Research Foundation Member Survey on Immigration , April 4, 2006

Seventy-one percent support major penalties for employers who hire illegals.
Time Magazine/SRBI Survey, March 29-30, 2006

Seventy-six percent of Americans polled are concerned that American workers can't afford to work for the same low wages as illegal aliens.
Time Magazine/SRBI Survey, January 24-26, 2006

Sixty-three percent of Americans polled are concerned about illegal aliens taking away jobs from American workers.
Time Magazine/SRBI Survey, January 24-26, 2006

Seventy-four percent of Americans polled favor providing major penalties for employers convicted of hiring illegal aliens and strongly enforcing it.
Time Magazine/SRBI Survey, January 24-26, 2006

Eighty percent on Arizona voters favor penalizing businesses that hire illegal aliens.
KAET-TV and Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

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