New Polling Across U.S. on Sanctuary City Policies
New polling of likely voters in eleven swing states finds overwhelming support for passage of the No Sanctuary for Criminals (H.R. 3003) Act by the Senate. Moreover, with the critical mid-term elections just 14 months away, voters indicate that their senators’ position on H.R. 3003 would likely affect their vote. H.F. 3003, , already passed by the House of Representatives, would hold state and local governments responsible for so-called sanctuary policies that protect deportable criminal aliens from being removed from the country.
The polling was conducted by Zogby Analytics in mid-August on behalf of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR). The eleven states included: Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Listed below are links to the crosstab results for each state polled by FAIR.