Poll: Majority Back Path to Citizenship for Undocumented Immigrants

"A new national poll indicates a majority of American voters say they support a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. According to the Politico/George Washington University Battleground survey released Monday, 62% of registered voters say they back an immigration reform proposal that...

NEW POLL: STRONG BIPARTISAN SUPPORT FOR IMMIGRATION REFORM THAT INCLUDES EARNED CITIZENSHIP

"A solid majority of U.S. voters favor common sense immigration reform that includes a path to earned citizenship for current undocumented immigrants, and strong accountability measures, according to a groundbreaking, bipartisan poll conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, a Republican polling firm...

Poll: Majority of Americans, GOP, Back Path to Citizenship - Tipping Point?

"According to a new Associated Press-GfK poll, more than 60 percent of Americans favor allowing undocumented immigrants to eventually become U.S. citizens. ... Much of the increase in support for a path to eventual citizenship has come among Republicans. A majority in the GOP — 53 percent...

Poll: Americans Favor Faster Path to Citizenship

"Most Americans support creating a pathway to citizenship for immigrants who are working in this country illegally—and one with a shorter timeline than that contemplated by Congress, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found." - WSJ, Apr. 10, 2013 .

Poll: 77% of Americans Favor Path to Citizenship

"There is widespread support for providing a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants in the U.S. if they meet certain requirements, including a waiting period, paying fines and back taxes, passing criminal background checks and learning English. Seventy-seven percent favor that; just 20 percent...

Solid Majority of Americans Favor Path to Citizenship

"A consistent and solid majority of Americans — 63 percent — crossing party and religious lines favors legislation to create a pathway to citizenship for immigrants living in the United States illegally, while only 14 percent support legal residency with no option for citizenship, according...