(WASHINGTON TIMES) An overwhelming percentage of voters say it’s better to send illegal immigrant children surging across the border back home, rather than trying to house them in the U.S., said a new Republican poll released Tuesday.
And voters also take a dim view of having President Obama act on his own to try to fix immigration policy, with nearly three-quarters saying he should instead find ways to work with Congress, according to the survey by the Polling Company Inc.
“The children-at-the-border-crisis has brought into sharp relief public opinion about immigration. Out of sight, out of mind is over,” Kellyanne Conway, the pollster, said in a memo outlining the key findings.
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