McRINO hardest hit.

Via Daily Caller:

The main provisions in the Senate’s pending immigration bill are as popular among voters as a skunk at a wedding, according to a new poll.

“The bill’s idea that more immigration will put more Americans to work was supported by only 24 percent of union households, 23 percent of Catholics, 14 percent of Evangelicals, 8 percent of high school grads, 14 percent of both conservatives and moderates, 18 percent of independents and 13 percent of Republicans,” read a statement from NumbersUSA, which sponsored the poll.

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