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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

TEXANS TEND TO FAVOR IMMIGRATION REFORM

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From the Houston Chronicle:

More Texas voters think unauthorized immigrants should be allowed to stay in the United States -- through either a path to citizenship or work visas -- than favor deporting them, according to a new Houston Chronicle/San Antonio Express-News poll.

The poll showed that 38 percent of respondents favoring deportation -- drawing the most support of the three options offered. Twenty-nine percent favored a way for unauthorized immigrants to attain citizenship, while 23 percent supported work visas.

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  1. Another Voice's Avatar
    May be Cornyn and Hutchinson can get that message.
  2. Jack's Avatar
    Only 32.1 percent of Latinos favor a pathway to citizenship? Wow, a number that low refutes the 'pander or perish' threat to politicians so many pathway/amnesty advocates shamelessly make.

    'Pollster Mickey Blum attributed some of the outcome to the structure of the question'

    Of course. This is a typicaly flawed poll which leaves out all enforcement options other than deportation as well as the non-reward strategy of benign neglect. The more non-reward options you have, the lower the reward option percentages.
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