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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Rasmussen: Majority Support Arizona-Like Immigration Law in Their State

Rasmussen Reports - The U.S. Supreme Court Monday announced it will decide whether the Arizona immigration law passed last year violates the Constitution, and a new survey finds that half of voters still support a similar immigration law for their own state.

Today Rasmussen Reports released the results of their latest national telephone survey of Likely U.S. Votersregarding the Arizona styled immigration law. Results:
- 52% favor passage of an immigration law similar to Arizona’s in their state
- 34% oppose such a law in their state
- 15% are undecided
. . . . [Read More]  * It appears that rounding of the result percentages has caused a minor $1 variation

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Anonymous Janet Crow said... is common sense which is sorely lacking in the BHO regime.

12/16/11, 8:27 PM  

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