60% of Americans Agree With Arizona Bill… Only 31% Agree With Radicals & Obama

Despite the fact that the state-run media continues to report this as an unpopular and controversial bill, a new Rasmussen poll shows that 60% of Americans agree with the new Arizona law that authorizes local police to verify the immigration status of anyone they suspect of being an illegal immigrant. Only 31% agree with Obama and Al Sharpton.

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer last week signed a new law into effect that authorizes local police to stop and verify the immigration status of anyone they suspect of being an illegal immigrant. A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey finds that 60% of voters nationwide favor such a law, while 31% are opposed.

Seventy-seven percent (77%) of Republicans support the law along with 62% of voters not affiliated with either major party. Democratic voters are evenly divided on the measure.

At the same time, however, 58% of all voters are at least somewhat concerned that “efforts to identify and deport illegal immigrants will also end up violating the civil rights of some U.S. citizens.” That figure includes 29% who are Very Concerned about possible civil rights violations.

Voter support for empowering local police comes at a time when most voters (56%) believe it is unlikely Congress will take action to gain control of the border. Only 31% say Congress is even somewhat likely to take such an action.

Another poll in Arizona shows similar results.
70% of Arizona voters agree with new immigration legislation signed into law on Friday.
But, not Al Sharpton or Barack Obama.

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