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Majority of Americans Agree with the Arizona Immigration Law

 

Majority of Americans Agree with the Arizona Immigration Law

Polls Support Tougher Enforcement - Friday, June 8, 2012

According to the CBS poll, conducted from May 31-June 3 among 976 adults nationwide, 52 percent of Americans believe Arizona's immigration policy is about right, while 33 percent say it goes too far. Eleven percent say the law does not go far enough.

The U.S. Justice Department is challenging Arizona's immigration enforcement law because it conflicts with the federal government's exclusive right to set immigration laws.  

A majority of Americans disagree with the U.S. Justice Department challenging Arizona's immigration enforcement law. 

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According to the CBS poll, conducted from May 31-June 3 among 976 adults nationwide, 52 percent of Americans believe Arizona's immigration policy is about right, while 33 percent say it goes too far. Eleven percent say the law does not go far enough.

The U.S. Justice Department is challenging Arizona's immigration enforcement law because it conflicts with the federal government's exclusive right to set immigration laws.  

A majority of Americans disagree with the U.S. Justice Department challenging Arizona's immigration enforcement law. 

Sixty-two percent of respondents - and majorities of Republicans, Democrats, and independents - say both the federal government and state governments should be able to determine laws regarding undocumented immigrants. Twenty-five percent (30 percent of Democrats and 16 percent of Republicans) think such laws should be determined exclusively by the federal government, and 11 percent (4 percent of Democrats and 15 percent of Republicans) think they should be determined by state governments only.

 

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