Doesn’t exactly fit the MSM narrative.

Via Washington Examiner:

The Center for Immigration Studies, which favors tougher immigration policies, has released its own poll on immigration attitudes. The Center claims that unlike other surveys, “this poll uses neutral language and avoids the false choice of conditional legalization vs. mass deportation.”

The poll of 1,443 likely voters generally finds that the public favors “enforcement first” policies. Perhaps the  most interesting finding is that is that even among Hispanics a majority (53 percent) said the government had done “too little” to enforce immigration laws. Only 24 percent said “too much” while 17 percent said the current enforcement level was “just right.”

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