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Millennials’ Attitudes Toward Immigrants and Immigration Policies

Millennials’ Attitudes Toward Immigrants and Immigration Policies

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This memo analyzes existing public opinion research from 2006–2011 regarding attitudes of young people (18–29 years old) toward immigrants and immigration, and how their opinions compare to the general population’s.
This memo analyzes existing public opinion research from 2006–2011 regarding attitudes of young people (18–29 years old) toward immigrants and immigration, and how their opinions compare to the general population’s.

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Published by: opportunityagenda on Aug 31, 2012
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Public Opinion Research:
Millennials’ AttitudesToward Immigrantsand Immigration Policies
 
The
Opportunity
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Millennials’ Attitudes Toward Immigrantsand Immigration Policies
Acknowledgments
This research was authored by Judi Lerman and edited by Eleni Delimpaltadaki Janis, Juhu Thukral, and Jason Drucker.The Opportunity Agenda’s Immigrant Opportunity initiative is unded with project support romCarnegie Corporation o New York, Four Freedoms Fund, U.S. Human Rights Fund, Oak Foundation,Unbound Philanthropy, and the Ford Foundation, with general operating support rom Open SocietyFoundations. The statements made and views expressed are those o The Opportunity Agenda.
About
 The Opportunity Agenda
The Opportunity Agenda was ounded in 2004 with the mission o building the national willto expand opportunity in America. Focused on moving hearts, minds, and policy over time, theorganization works with social justice groups, leaders, and movements to advance solutions thatexpand opportunity or everyone. Through active partnerships, The Opportunity Agenda synthesizesand translates research on barriers to opportunity and corresponding solutions; uses communicationsand media to understand and infuence public opinion; and identies and advocates or policiesthat improve people’s lives. To learn more about The Opportunity Agenda, go to our website atwww.opportunityagenda.org.The Opportunity Agenda is a project o Tides Center.
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The
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Millennials’ Attitudes Toward Immigrantsand Immigration Policies
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Executive Summary 1Introduction 3Methodology 4Findings 5 
Attitudes toward Immigrantsand Immigration
 5 
Immigrant impact onAmerican society
 5
Immigrant integration
8 
Attitudes toward Immigrant Access toPublic Services
9
 
Social services
9
In-state tuition
10
Public schools
10
Attitudes toward Immigration Policies
11
The DREAM Act
11
Comprehensive immigration reform
11
Citizenship of U.S.-born children
13
Arizona immigration law enforcement
14
Deportation
15Recommendations for Future Research 16Works Cited and Consulted 17

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