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Wisconsin Voters: Cut LEGAL Immigration by at Least Half

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By a 2-to-1 margin, Wisconsinites say they want legal immigration -- that has been averaging around one million a year -- reduced to a half-million or less. That is the preference of nearly all demographic groups, including Wisconsin’s Democrats, Republicans, Independents, Catholics, Evangelicals, Protestants, Union Households, and those of other religions and no religion, residents of major cities, suburbs, and rural areas, according to a survey conducted by Pulse Opinion Research of 1,000 Wisconsinites likely to vote in next year's midterm congressional elections.

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West Virginia Voters: Cut LEGAL Immigration by at Least Half

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By a more than 4-to-1 margin, West Virginians say they want legal immigration -- that has been averaging around one million a year -- reduced to a half-million or less. That is the preference of nearly all demographic groups, West Virginia’s Democrats, Republicans, Independents, Union Households, conservatives, liberals, moderates, Catholics, Evangelicals, Protestants and those of other religions and no religion, according to a survey conducted by Pulse Opinion Research of 1,000 West Virginians likely to vote in next year's midterm congressional elections.

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Pennsylvania Voters: Cut LEGAL Immigration by at Least Half

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By almost a 3-to-1 margin, Pennsylvanians say they want legal immigration -- that has been averaging around one million a year -- reduced to a half-million or less. That is the preference of nearly all demographic groups, including Pennsylvania's Democrats, Republicans, Independents, Union Households, Catholics, Evangelicals, Protestants and those of other religions and no religion, and residents of major cities, suburbs, and rural areas, according to a survey conducted by Pulse Opinion Research of 1,000 Pennsylvanians likely to vote in next year's midterm congressional elections.

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Two Main Objections to Immigration Restriction Unconvincing

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  by  Eric Ruark

Those who oppose lowering immigration to a sustainable level either argue along the lines that "America is a nation of immigrants," and therefore Americans have no right keep out any immigrant who wants to come; or that immigration "grows the economy," and any restrictions will have catastrophic economic consequences. Neither assertion holds up to the most basic examination.

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Ohio Voters: Cut LEGAL Immigration by at Least Half

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By a 3-to-1 margin, Ohioans say they want legal immigration -- that has been averaging around one million a year -- reduced to a half-million or less. That is the preference of nearly all demographic groups, including Ohio's Democrats, Republicans, Independents, Union Households, conservatives, liberals, moderates, Catholics, Evangelicals, Protestants and those of other religions and no religion, according to a survey conducted by Pulse Opinion Research of 1,000 Ohioans likely to vote in next year's midterm congressional elections.

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North Dakota Voters: Cut LEGAL Immigration by at Least Half

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By more than a 2-to-1 margin, North Dakotans say they want legal immigration -- that has been averaging around one million a year -- reduced to a half-million or less. That is the preference of nearly all demographic groups, including North Dakota's Democrats, Republicans, Independents, Catholics, Evangelicals, Protestants and those of other religions and no religion, residents of major cities, suburbs, and rural areas, according to a survey conducted by Pulse Opinion Research of 1,000 North Dakotans likely to vote in next year's midterm congressional elections.

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Ken Blackwell: "Sanctuary for Whom?"

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Ken Blackwell, the former Treasurer and Secretary of the State of Ohio, is a strong advocate for the rights of states and limitations of federal power. But in a Huffington Post column, he explains why the federal government has full rights to withhold money from states and localities that act as "sanctuary" jurisdictions to undermine federal immigration enforcement.

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Montana Voters: Cut LEGAL Immigration by at Least Half

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By a more than 2-to-1 margin, Montanans say they want legal immigration -- that has been averaging around one million a year -- reduced to a half-million or less. That is the preference of nearly all demographic groups, including Montana’s Democrats, Republicans, Independents, Catholics, Evangelicals, Protestants and those of other religions and no religion, residents of major cities, suburbs, and rural areas,according to a survey conducted by Pulse Opinion Research of 1,000 Montanans likely to vote in next year's midterm congressional elections.

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