Poll: 62 Percent Back Immigration Reform With Path To Citizenship

A Politico/George Washington University Battleground poll released Monday found that 62 percent of respondents back immigration reform that includes a path to citizenship. Thirty-five percent oppose such a plan. From Politico’s report on the poll:

The national poll, conducted last week, finds more Republicans — 49 percent — support a path to citizenship than oppose it — 45 percent. Democrats favor this approach 3-to-1, 74 percent to 24 percent. And independents back it by a 26-point margin, 61 percent to 35 percent.

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