Georgia Poll Data
Poll Reveals Georgians Strongly Opposed to Senate Immigration Bill — June 2013
Suppose the new Arizona immigration law was being considered for your state. Would you favor or oppose passage of that law in your state?
The U.S. Justice Department has decided to challenge the legality of Arizona’s new immigration law in federal court. Do you agree or disagree with the decision to challenge the legality of Arizona’s new immigration law?
A Rasmussen Report poll conducted 500 Likely Voters in Georgia on November 7th-8th found:
- 81% oppose granting drivers’ licenses to illegal aliens.
- 73% say that when police officers pull someone over for a traffic violation, they should routinely check to see if that person is in the country legally.
A Carl Vinson Institute of Government Poll taken June 16 and 27, 2006 (803 adults) found that:
- 83% believe that immigration levels should be decreased or kept at the current level.
- 65% either completely or generally agree that immigrants send most of the money they make back to their home country.
- 64% think that most the immigrants coming to Georgia over the past few years are illegal immigrants.
- 64% either completely or generally agree that immigrants receive too much government assistance.
An Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll of 501 likely voters reported on January 9, 2006 found that:
- 78% of Georgian likely voters say it is “important” that the state legislature restrict state services to illegal aliens.
- 80% would support a proposal to punish the employers of illegal immigrants
- 70% would support a federal proposal to create a guestworker program that allowed illegal immigrants to become legal workers.