While U.S. officials have asked state and local authorities to help enforce immigration laws, some have balked saying it would hurt their standing in immigrant communities.
But 44.7 percent of the 8,300 participants in a Zogby interactive poll strongly agreed local and state officials should help such enforcement and another 24.4 percent somewhat agreed. A total 25.3 percent of respondents disagreed with 12.6 percent somewhat disagreeing and 12.7 percent strongly disagreeing.
July 18 re-launch on Matt.org site
Attention, Readers! Re-think Immigration is moving to its new home tomorrow, Wednesday, July 18. Click here to go to the new website. It is functionally identical to this one except that all past comments will stay archived at this website. Comments to new posts should be posted at the new site and will require a quick, painless sign-up process so that everyone has their own unique username.
Monday, June 25, 2007
UPI-Zogby poll: All U.S. officials should enforce immigration law
Results of a new UPI-Zogby poll were released on June 22. From the UPI article: