May 10, 2013 —
- New polls released Thursday by FNM in partnership with Project New America, report that over two-thirds of Florida voters support a system that provides citizenship for 11 million immigrants living in the US!
- Below links to the media coverage of the poll.
- Poll: Fla voters back pathway to citizenship
Marc Caputo, Miami Herald (also republished here in the Tampa Bay Times)
Florida’s Hispanic voters, the fastest-growing segment of the state’s electorate, are the most likely of any to support candidates who back a path to citizenship for those illegally in the country, a new poll from a Democratic-leaning firm has found…..
Two out of three Floridians support or strongly support the idea that immigration reform should include a pathway to citizenship for some undocumented residents, according to a new poll….
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is leading the charge for immigration reform and, according to a poll released on Thursday, his home state is supporting his efforts……
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio’s immigration plan, which includes a path to citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants living in the United States, still faces strong resistance from Republicans in Congress. At the same time, a poll shows most Floridians support a path to citizenship….
A new poll released by pro-immigration groups the Florida New Majority and Project New America shows a majority of Floridians support immigration reform and a pathway to citizenship. But, Project New America’s Director of Research, David Winkler said Floridians are divided on how an immigration overhaul might affect the economy……