Immigration reform news 2015: Obama executive order is dead, no doubt about it
Immigration reform seems to have divided the nation. Many Americans believe that the undocumented immigrants are going to be a huge burden on the economic resources of the nation once they are given the citizenship right. Worse, they believe that they may steal their jobs and job opportunities of other Americans within no time.
This is certainly not true. Nonetheless Republicans seem to be feeding such senseless thoughts among unsuspecting common Americans who are easily misled by such vicious propaganda.
The reality is completely different and the White House in detailed reports, backed by extensive surveys, has said that the streamlining of these immigrants is going to give a big boost to US economy. Many other surveys have said that such immigrants are going to be a boon for the US economy in the days to come.
Nonetheless such paranoia seems to be widespread. A latest Pew Research Center poll suggests that the majority of Republican voters view immigrants as a “burden” on the U.S. economy. The latest survey from the Pew that polled as many as 2,002 adults in mid-May, found to the horror of the people behind survey that 63 percent of Republican voters consider immigrants a “burden” when it comes to competing for jobs, housing and health care.
Besides almost 60 percent people â€“belonging to Republican Party â€“claim that if undocumented immigrants are given legal status, it will be like giving them a “reward for doing something wrong” or breaking the law.
But Democrats view the issue completely differently. As many as 62 percent of Democratic voters hold the view that immigrants actually “strengthen our country because of their hard work and talents,”. As many as 57 percent of Independents were also of the view that immigrants “strengthen” America overall. Overall, the PEW survey shows that 72 percent of American voters support a path to legalization for immigrants who are living in the country illegally.
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