Sunday, April 24, 2011

61% Say Enforcing Immigration Laws Would Cut Poverty

The FINANCIAL -- Americans feel more strongly than ever that the lack of immigration law enforcement directly effects poverty in the country...

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 61% of Adults say if immigration laws were enforced, there would be less poverty in America. Only 19% disagree with that assessment, while 20% are not sure.

The number of adults who feel there would be less poverty is up 16 points from early July 2007 when only 45% of Americans felt that way. At that time, 32% ...[Full Article]