Bad news for Chucky Schumer and the rest of the Senate Dems who are about to announce fallback legislation in the event the Supreme Court upholds it.

Via Daily Caller:

The Supreme Court readies to hear the Obama administration’s case against Arizona’s strict immigration law, a new poll shows that Americans overwhelmingly support the law and believe the Supreme Court should uphold it.

A Quinnipiac University poll released Friday asked 2,577 registered voters nationwide whether they support Arizona’s immigration law, S.B. 1070, passed in 2010. Sixty-eight percent of respondents said they approved of the law while 27 percent said they disapproved of it. The poll question spelled out the provision of the law that “requires police to verify the legal status of someone they have already stopped or arrested if they suspect that the person is in the country illegally.”

Asked whether they thought the Supreme Court should uphold or overturn the law, 62 percent said the law should be upheld by the high court while 27 percent said it should be overturned. Ten percent registered as unsure.

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