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American Action Forum Immigration June Survey Presentation

American Action Forum Immigration June Survey Presentation

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Today, the American Action Forum (@AAF) released a national survey of Republican primary voters’ views on immigration reform, polled by North Star Opinion Research from June 2 – 5, 2014. The survey found that nearly 4 in 5 GOP primary voters (78 percent) support a step-by-step approach to immigration reform that emphasizes several key elements, including: border enforcement, E-verify, and earned legal status with significant conditions including paying a fine and back taxes, learning English and proof of employment.
Today, the American Action Forum (@AAF) released a national survey of Republican primary voters’ views on immigration reform, polled by North Star Opinion Research from June 2 – 5, 2014. The survey found that nearly 4 in 5 GOP primary voters (78 percent) support a step-by-step approach to immigration reform that emphasizes several key elements, including: border enforcement, E-verify, and earned legal status with significant conditions including paying a fine and back taxes, learning English and proof of employment.

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National Survey of Republican Primary Voters Regarding Immigration Reform
 
June 2-5, 2014
 
Survey conducted June 2-5, 2014.
1,000 past Republican primary voters interviewed by live interviewers.
Sample obtained from Data Trust.
33 percent of interviews were completed on cell phones.
Margin of error is plus-or-minus 3.1 percent.
Quotas set for state, gender, and age.
“Frequent talk radio” listeners are 17 percent of the sample; “strong Tea Party” supporters are 26 percent of the sample.
Methodology
 
Republican primary voters are more supportive of a bill providing earned legal status (56 percent) than one providing an earned pathway to citizenship (44 percent).
Republican primary voters support every element tested, with more support for restrictive elements than elements providing for legal status.
These voters support a potential step-by-step House plan by a four-to-one margin.
A majority of primary voters would still support a candidate with whom they disagree on immigration, but the amnesty charge remains potent.
Key Findings

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