A Rasmussen Poll recently posed the following question:
“The Census Bureau projects that current immigration policies are responsible for most U.S. population growth and will add 75 million people over the next 40 years. In terms of the effect on the overall quality of life in the United States, do you favor continuing this level of immigration-driven population growth, slowing down immigration-driven population growth or having no immigration-driven population growth at all?”
Fifty-seven percent of those surveyed agreed with the two latter options of limiting immigration. Only one-third of respondents favored the current level. Among them were 55 percent of those who identified themselves as liberals.
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