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November 10, 2006

Recent independent polls illustrate the current public mood on immigration:

Which party would do a better job of dealing with immigration?

Washington Post/ABC News Poll (October 5-8, 2006) N=1,204: Democrats by 49% - 36% (+13).

USA Today/Gallup Poll (October 6-8, 2006): Democrats 47% - 34% (+13).

NEWSWEEK (October 7, 2006): Democrats 43% - 34% (+9).

Which do you prefer, the House or the Senate approach to immigration reform?

Pew Center for People and the Press (September 21-October 4, 2006): Senate by 55% - 41%.

NBC/Wall Street Journal (June 9-12, 2006): Senate by 50% - 33%.

TIME Magazine/SRBI (March 29-30, 2006): Senate by 72% - 25%.

Posted by VisaLawyer at November 10, 2006 07:00 AM

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