Bellwether Research, shows 62 percent support for Arizona’s law
CBS, Fifty-one percent of those surveyed say the law, which critics say essentially mandates racial profiling, takes the right approach, and nine percent say it should go even further.
The Angus Reid-Seven in 10 U.S. adults support arresting people who can't prove they're in the United States legally
Gallup:More than three-quarters of Americans have heard about the state of Arizona's new immigration law, and of these, 51% say they favor it and 39% oppose it.
Asked by Anonymous at 9:16 PM on May. 3, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
I live in Tucson the a "Mexican" area of the city. I am against the law and am embarassed that Arizona passed such a law. I've seen no evidence of Mexicans causing any problems or crimes. The crimes shown on the news are almost all involving Whites. I've seen no evidence of Mexican drug dealers. I feel safe in my home alone even at night with the door unlocked.
The people that are more of a problem in Tucson are homeless White people that live in parks during the days because the police can't stop them.
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