ALIPAC Poll Collection Refutes Bogus Poll Saying Americans Want Amnesty for IllegalsALIPAC Poll Collection Refutes Bogus Poll Saying Americans Want Amnesty for Illegals
For Immediate National Release
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December 10, 2012
ALIPAC is releasing a collection of national polls that prove the new POLITICO/George Washington University Battleground poll's claim that most Americans support Amnesty for illegal aliens (62%) are false.
Politico is reporting the poll today without offering any polls that contradict the claims and without any sources that oppose Amnesty. This level of bias in favor of amnesty for illegal aliens has been documented in article about immigration from Politico before.
"We are releasing 15 prior scientific and certified polls that show the exact opposite of this bogus Politico poll," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "Our accurate polling data shows that a large majority of Americans actually oppose amnesty for illegal aliens. Thus, we are releasing the true information to activists and press sources nationwide to counter this blatant propaganda designed to deceive Americans and lawmakers in support of the deadly and costly illegal alien invasion of America."
ALIPAC is asking activists and concerned citizens to share these polls with media and lawmakers to prevent the attempted deception by Politico.
Collection of Polls
Seventy percent (70%) of Americans say it’s important to locate and deport those residing in the U.S. illegally, and 53% say children born to illegal immigrant parents should not be automatic citizens. An incredible 92% of those responding said developing a plan to stop the flow of illegal immigrants into the U.S. is important, including 74% who said it’s very important. Just 7% said such a plan is not important. (August 20-23, 2010 ZOGBY International Poll)
On immigration, 69% of American voters say that reform should move in the direction of stricter enforcement of laws against illegal immigration, while only 22% say that reform should primarily move in the direction of integrating illegal immigrants into American society. Quinnipiac University poll (question 43), July 2010
Sixty-one percent (61%) in a poll of nationwide voters think we should enforce current immigration laws to solve the illegal immigration problem, while only 34% think we should overhaul immigration laws. Fox News Poll/Opinion Dynamics (question 33), May 2010
Seventy-six percent (76%) of Born-Again Protestants support immigration enforcement that pushes illegal aliens out of the country while only 12% support legalization. Sixty-four percent (64%) of Mainline Protestants and Catholics prefer enforcement while only 24% support legalization or amnesty. Forty-three percent (43%) of American Jews prefer enforcement while 40% prefer legalization. ZOGBY POLL December 2009
Fifty-nine percent (59%) of executives (e.g., CEOs, CFOs, etc.), 67% of small business owners, and 58% of union households support enforcement of our immigration laws over granting amnesty to illegal aliens. This is in stark contrast to the push for Amnesty by the US Chamber of Commerce, AFL-CIO, and the Service Employees International Union. ZOGBY Poll February, 2010
Seventy-eight percent (78%) of likely voters were opposed to legalizing the status of the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants in the U.S. with only 19% supporting it. Eighty-eight percent (88%) of African-Americans were opposed to legalization. Pulse Opinion Research, LLC, September, 2009
Transatlantic Trends: when asked about what governments should do to address illegal immigration, 83% of respondents supported stronger border controls, 74% supported cracking down on employers, and 68% supported deportation. [November 2008, TNS Opinion]
Sixty-nine percent (69%) of voters say controlling the border is more important than legalizing the status of undocumented workers, while just 21% think legalization is more important. [August 2008, Rasmussen Reports]
Sixty-eight percent (68%) of North Carolinians disagree (including 41.6% who strongly disagree) with proposals that would allow undocumented immigrants to stay in this country for several years as long as they have a job. [September 2007, Elon University Poll]
Just 22% of American voters currently favor the “comprehensive” immigration reform bill in the U.S. Senate despite a massive White House effort. [June 2007, Rasmussen Reports]
Which approach do you prefer – enforcing the law and cause illegal immigrants to go home over time or granting legal status and citizenship to those who meet certain requirements? Fifty-six percent (56%) prefer “Enforce the law,” while 35% prefer “Grant legal status.” [May 2007, Pulse Opinion Research]
Fifty-eight percent (58%) of likely voters prefer that the 12 million illegal immigrants in the country go home as opposed to 30% who prefer they be allowed to stay legally. [May 2007, Pulse Opinion Research]
Sixty-one percent (61%) of likely American voters oppose providing a path to US citizenship for those illegal immigrants who entered the United States illegally and who fraudulently obtained green cards and Social Security numbers, while millions are playing by the rules and waiting in their countries to enter the United States legally. [April 2007, McLaughlin & Associates Poll]
A poll of likely voters, using neutral language, found that Americans prefer the House of Representatives’ enforcement-only bill by 2-1 over Senate proposals to legalize illegal immigrants and greatly increase legal immigration. [April 2006, Zogby America]
Eighty-one percent (81%) WANT local police to detain illegals; ONLY 35% WANT GUEST WORKER. Eighty-one percent (81%) believes local and state police should help federal authorities enforce laws against illegal immigration. Only 14 percent disagreed, 35 percent gave their support, and 56 percent said no to the Bush plan to give illegals a path to citizenship according to a (April, 2005 ZOGBY America Poll).This article was originally published in forum thread: ALIPAC Poll Collection Refutes Bogus Poll Saying Americans Want Amnesty for Illegals started by ALIPAC View original post