On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it will be reviewing Arizona's S.B 1070 sometime next spring. A new telephone survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports, asked likely U.S. voters if they would support immigration-enforcement legislation similar to Arizona's in their state. Over 52% of voters said they would support the legislation. Thirty-four percent of those surveyed said they would oppose the legislation, and 15% more are undecided.

In addition, a Rasmussen Reports survey revealed that 73% of likely U.S voters believe the federal government is not doing enough to stop illegal immigration. 

These surveys come at a time in which the U.S Department of Justice is involved in several lawsuits against states for passing tougher laws on illegal immigration, in addition to the Arizona case.

Public Opinion
Illegal Immigration
state policies

Updated: Wed, Dec 14th 2011 @ 2:37pm EST