Poll: Support dropping for pathway to citizenship
A new poll from Quinnipiac shows that support for a pathway to citizenship has dropped by seven points in just one month, with 23 percent saying their stance on immigration reform has changed since the attacks in Boston.
52 percent of voters surveyed said that they support allowing a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. When the same question was asked on April 4, 59 percent said they supported it.
From the poll:
Illegal immigrants should be required to leave, 30 percent of voters say, up from 25 percent four weeks ago.
Creating a path to citizenship for illegal aliens would increase the likelihood of terrorism, 22 percent of voters say, while 66 percent say it will not make a difference. And 23 percent of voters say that the Boston bombing has changed their mind on whether there should be a path to citizenship for such immigrants.