Please Take this Poll on Immigration Reform

 
1. Do you support or oppose immigration reform that would grant illegal immigrants legal status and a green card. Then, after a wait of several years, they could apply for citizenship if they pay back taxes, a fine, learn English and have no criminal record?
2. Republican Senator Marco Rubio has introduced a bill that provides that illegal immigrants now in the US could begin the process of becoming legal by identifying themselves to federal authorities and being fingerprinted. If they have no criminal record and have been in the US for a while, and then pay a fine and taxes, they would be eligible to apply for legal residency. To become citizens, however, they would need to go to the back of the line behind those now on line seeking legal entry from their countries. Do you support or oppose this bill?
3. If the illegal immigrants had to wait ten years to become citizens would you support or oppose the bill?
4. Supporters of immigration reform say that Republicans are losing Hispanic voters because they are perceived as anti-Hispanic. Obama won 71% of their votes in 2012. With the growing Hispanic population, they say, the Republican Party will never win a national election unless they resolve the issue. In view of this argument would you support or oppose the Rubio bill?
5. Supporters of immigration reform say that Hispanics are likely to vote Republican once the immigration issue is resolved. Mexico, for example, has elected conservative presidents ever since 1999. Polls show that Latinos in the US are pro-life, against gay marriage, worried about the breakdown of the family structure, and very concerned about the high US debt. In a recent poll, 56% agreed that “Democrats are leading America to adopt the same policies of big government and handouts that led us to have to leave our countries and come here in the first place. In view of this argument, would you support or oppose the Rubio bill?
6. Supporters also recall how the black vote went from Republican (Nixon carried it in 1960) to 90% Democratic because Barry Goldwater opposed the Civil Rights Bill in the 1964 presidential race. They warn thatRepublicans are creating a new Democratic voter block if they oppose immigration reform. They note that George W. Bush, who proposed reform, only lost the Latino vote by 10 points in 2004. In view of this argument, do you support or oppose the Rubio bill?
7. May we ask you about one other topic? Do you support or oppose a ban on assault rifles like the AR-15 semi automatic?
8. How about background checks on anyone who wants to buy a gun. Would you support or oppose this bill?
9. And how about limiting the number of bullets in gun magazines. Would you support or oppose this bill?
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