While Congress has kept comprehensive immigration reform bottled up, a majority of liberals, conservatives, and moderates alike support passing comprehensive immigration reform.
- Sixty-nine percent of voters indicated they would rather have Congress focus on passing immigration reform than forcing the president to reverse his executive order. * A majority of Democrats (82%) and Independents (72%), and 50% of Republicans, support moving forward with immigration reform over reversing the president’s action.
- Similarly, majorities of white, Hispanic, and African American voters want Congress to move forward on a comprehensive reform plan
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