Hispanic Voters Tilt Toward Stronger Immigration Policies

Before lawmakers in the lame duck House consider any sort of immigration legislation they should check with their Hispanic constituents. Exit polling from the midterm election shows Hispanic voters of both parties support substantially reduced levels of immigration, limits on chain migration, and universal use of the E-Verify program that vets foreign nationals’ eligibility to work in this country.

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