Tuesday, June 29, 2010
New Polling Shows Wide Bipartisan Support for DREAM Act
A new poll released by child advocacy organization First Focus suggests that support for the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act is at an all-time high, just as Congress readies itself to tackle the broader issue of comprehensive immigration reform. The poll, conducted in mid-June, says that 70 percent of Americans favor the provisions included in the DREAM Act, 51 percent of them strongly. That’s a significant leap from 2004, when a similar poll revealed that just 58 percent of respondents were in favor of legislation.
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