Polls show weak support for Obama’s immigration push

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Two more polls released Thursday show continuing weak public support for President Barack Obama’s top-priority policy of increased immigration.

    A Gallup survey showed the number of Americans who want increased immigration is only 25 percent. Another survey from Quinnipiac showed half of Americans opposing the immigration plan.

    The Gallup survey of 4,373 adults also reported that 35 percent of Americans want reduced immigration, and 40 percent want immigration to stay level, said the poll, released July 11.

    Quinnipiac’s poll showed public support for Obama’s immigration policy remains flat, at 41 percent approval and 50 percent opposition.

    Only 35 percent of independents support his immigration policies, said the poll.

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/07/11/polls-show-weak-support-for-obamas-immigration-push/#ixzz2YnwZiDLP
     
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    Why am I not surprised?
     
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    Do you believe Berry even cares what Americans think?
     

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