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    Senior Member Populist's Avatar
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    Latest Rasmussen Poll

    I also posted this in the news section. Note the bolded portions:

    Just 16% Believe Senate Bill Will Reduce Illegal Immigration
    Wednesday, May 30, 2007

    There’s a simple reason the immigration bill being debated by the U.S. Senate is unpopular with voters—the general public doesn’t believe it will reduce illegal immigration. And, in the minds of most voters, that’s what immigration reform is all about.

    The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that just 16% of American voters believe illegal immigration will decline if the Senate bill is passed. Seventy-four percent (74%) disagree. That figure includes 41% who believe the Senate bill will actually lead to an increase in illegal immigration.

    If voters had a chance to improve the legislation, 75% would “make changes to increase border security measures and reduce illegal immigration.
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    Senior Member SamLowrey's Avatar
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    IF (and with a lump in my throat I say "if") the Senators are honest....or at least enough to kill this bill are honest....then all we need to do is get this into the right hands!

    I'm tired of jacking around with SmartFax (won't work on my home or work PC!) I will just have to pay more for efax to see if that works because written things like this work better in that form.

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