Poll: Will the Gang of Eight's Immigration-Reform Proposal Help Your Party?

Catalini, Michael; Khan, Naureen; Bell, Peter
April 2013
National Journal;4/18/2013, p10
The article discusses a poll of U.S. Democrat and Republican lawmakers on whether the Gang of Eight's immigration-reform proposal will help their parties. It notes that 86 percent of Democrats are on the affirmative, citing passing any legislation with a legitimate path to citizenship will help Democrats. The article also states that 75 percent of Republicans are on the affirmative, citing that resolving the immigration issue is the first step to eliminate the wrong perception about the party.


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