Immigration Questionnaire
A brief survey of thoughts on immigration
What is your last name?
(optional) There are no right or wrong answers. This survey is just to get an idea of the general opinions about immigration.
Where are you from?
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How old are you?
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"Which comes closest to your view about illegal immigrants who are currently living in the United States? (A) They should be allowed to stay in the United States and to eventually apply for U.S. citizenship. (B) They should be allowed to remain in the United States, but not be allowed to apply for U.S. citizenship. (C) They should be required to leave the U.S."
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"Overall, do you support or oppose a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants?"
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"Immigrants today strengthen our country because of their hard work and talents. Immigrants today are a burden on our country because they take our jobs, housing and health care."
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"The growing number of newcomers from other countries threatens traditional American customs and values. The growing number of newcomers from other countries strengthens American society."
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"Which comes closer to your view about how to handle immigrants who are now living in the U.S. illegally? They should not be allowed to stay in the country legally. There should be a way for those who meet certain requirements to stay in the country legally."
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Overall, do you support or oppose a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants?"
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"Overall, do you support or oppose stricter border control to try to reduce illegal immigration?"
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"Immigrants today strengthen our country because of their hard work and talents. Immigrants today are a burden on our country because they take our jobs, housing and health care."
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"Do you favor or oppose allowing illegal immigrants to remain in the country and eventually qualify for U.S. citizenship, as long as they meet certain requirements like paying back taxes, learning English, and passing a background check?"
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"I'd like to get your views on some issues that are being discussed in the country today. All in all, do you strongly favor, favor, oppose, or strongly oppose allowing illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children to gain legal resident status if they join the military or go to college?"
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"Congress is debating changing immigration laws to deal with those already in the country illegally. Which of the following do you support most? A path to citizenship now for those who don't have criminal records, have paid taxes, learn English and pay a fine. A path to legal status now, but not citizenship, for those who don't have criminal records, have paid taxes, learn English and pay a fine. A path to citizenship or legal status but only after measurable improvements have been made in border security. No path to citizenship or legal status; they should be required to go home and reapply for entry into the country."
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"Require employers to verify that all new hires are living in the U.S. legally"
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"Allow undocumented immigrants living in the United States the chance to become legal residents or citizens if they meet certain requirements"
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"Increase government spending on security measures and enforcement at U.S. borders"
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"As you may know, President Obama announced in 2012 that illegal immigrants 30 years old or younger who were brought to the United States as children could obtain work permits if they meet certain criteria and do not have a criminal record. Do you favor, oppose or neither favor nor oppose this policy?"
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"Some experts believe there are as many as 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States today. Which ONE of the following steps, if any, do you think the government should take to deal with illegal immigrants? Deport ALL illegal immigrants, no matter how long they have been in the U.S. Deport SOME, but allow those who have been here for many years and have broken no other laws to stay here legally. OR, Allow ALL illegal immigrants to stay, provided they have broken no other laws and commit to learning English and U.S. history."
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"Earlier this year, Barack Obama announced that the U.S. government would no longer deport illegal immigrants under the age of 30 if they were brought to this country by their parents when they were children. To qualify for this treatment, they must not have a criminal record and be in school or the military or have a high school diploma. Do you think this policy goes too far, does not go far enough, or is about right?"
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"As you may know, in 2010 the state of Arizona passed a law that requires police to verify the legal status of someone they have already stopped or arrested if they suspect that the person is in the country illegally. Do you approve or disapprove of Arizona's immigration law?"
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"Do you think laws regarding illegal immigrants should be determined only by the federal government, only by state governments, or should laws regarding illegal immigrants be determined by both the federal government and state governments?
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"As you may know, when police officers in Arizona arrest or detain someone who they suspect is an illegal immigrant, state law requires the police to check whether that person is in the U.S. legally and that person is required by law to produce documents verifying their status. Do you favor or oppose this law?
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"As you may know, the Supreme Court recently heard arguments for and against a law passed by the state of Arizona dealing with illegal immigration. As I describe some parts of the law, tell me if you approve or disapprove of each. First/Next, do you approve or disapprove of [see below]?"
"Allowing police to question anyone who they think may be in the country illegally"
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"As you may know, the Supreme Court recently heard arguments for and against a law passed by the state of Arizona dealing with illegal immigration. As I describe some parts of the law, tell me if you approve or disapprove of each. First/Next, do you approve or disapprove of [see below]?"
"Requiring people to produce documents verifying their legal status if police ask for them"
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"As you may know, the Supreme Court recently heard arguments for and against a law passed by the state of Arizona dealing with illegal immigration. As I describe some parts of the law, tell me if you approve or disapprove of each. First/Next, do you approve or disapprove of [see below]?"
"Allowing police to detain anyone who cannot verify their legal status"
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"As you may know, the Supreme Court recently heard arguments for and against a law passed by the state of Arizona dealing with illegal immigration. As I describe some parts of the law, tell me if you approve or disapprove of each. First/Next, do you approve or disapprove of [see below]?"
"Making it a crime for anyone in the country illegally to look for or accept work"
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"Would you favor or oppose building a fence along 700 miles of the border with Mexico?"
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"Do you favor or oppose allowing the children of illegal immigrants to attend state college at the lower tuition rate of state residents?"
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"Imposing fines of tens of thousands of dollars on employers who hire illegal immigrants"
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"Sending employers who hire illegal immigrants to jail"
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"Putting more Border Patrol and federal law enforcement agents on the U.S. border with Mexico"
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Congress should take steps to deny automatic citizenship to children born in the U.S. whose parents are illegal immigrants
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"Pass a bill to give some illegal immigrants living in the U.S. a path to legal status
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"How serious a problem do you think the issue of ILLEGAL immigration is for the country right now: very serious, somewhat serious, not too serious, or not at all serious?"
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Do you think Arizona's (Alabama's) new immigration law will or will not lead to discrimination against Latinos?
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"In general, do you think people who favor tough new laws against illegal immigrants feel that way mostly because they are concerned about the effects of illegal immigration on economic conditions and law enforcement in this country, or mostly because they dislike Latinos?"
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"Protecting our borders is important as part of America's effort to prevent drug trafficking and organized crime"
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"The best way to tackle the issue of illegal immigration is to go after the businesses who hire illegal immigrants"
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