A new state poll released by Public Policy Polling Thursday shows that 78
percent of likely Illinois voters strongly or somewhat support the bipartisan, immigration reform legislation currently being debated in the U.S. Senate.
The survey of 502 likely Illinois voters also shows that 75
percent strongly or somewhat support a bill that includes a tough, but
fair pathway to citizenship.
“It’s clear that the public is demanding action on comprehensive reform,” said Dave Bender, executive director of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Illinois, on a conference call with reporters Thursday regarding the poll.
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