Tuesday, August 01, 2017

California, one of 12 U.S. states that allow illegal immigrants to obtain driver's licenses, is on track to issue nearly a million such licenses by the end of the year. But most voters continue to oppose licenses for illegals in the state they live in.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that just 28% of Likely U.S. voters think illegal immigrants should be eligible for driverís licenses in their state, although that's up from 22% in 2013 and is the highest level of support measured in surveys since 2007. Sixty-one percent (61%), however, continue to oppose giving illegal immigrants driverís licenses where they live. Eleven percent (11%) remain undecided.