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(July 12, 2005) By an almost two-to-one margin, Americans say that immigration is a good, rather than bad, thing for this country today. Yet, the public is about evenly divided as to whether immigration should be curtailed, as opposed to being kept at its current level or increased. Americans are also divided as to whether immigrants in the long run become productive citizens and pay their fair share of taxes or cost the government too much money by using too many public services, and whether immigrants mostly help or hurt the economy. As for illegal immigrants, most Americans oppose making it easier for them to become citizens.

These results come from a Gallup survey conducted June 6-25, 2005, which included large oversamples of both blacks and Hispanics. The poll finds that Hispanics are much more favorable toward immigration and the impact of immigrants than are either blacks or non-Hispanic whites.

 

 

 

 

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