New Hampshire Poll Data
Poll Reveals New Hampshirites Opposed to Senate Immigration Bill — June 2013
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Pulse Opinion Poll of New Hampshire Voters on Immigration Policy
- 65% believe that illegal immigration negatively affects New Hampshire.
- 74% oppose in-state tuition subsidies and/or admission of illegal aliens to public universities.
- 60% support state involvement in immigration enforcement, similar to policies enacted in Arizona and other states.
- 37% believe illegal immigrants take jobs from American workers, while 30% believe they fill jobs Americans will not do.
- 51% support reducing overall immigration to the U.S., while only 8% support increasing immigration.
Rasmussen Poll: Arizona Law SB 1070
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A Rasmussen Report poll conducted 881 Likely Republican Voters in New Hampshire on November 29th found:
- 25% (a plurality) rank immigration as the most important issue in determining their vote in the presidential election.
A CNN/ WMUR Poll taken from November 14-18, 2007 of 404 Republican voters found:
- 16% rank illegal immigration as the most important issue in determining their vote (ranked second only to the war in Iraq).
A New York/ CBS News Poll taken from November 9-12, 2007 of 719 attendants of New Hampshire Democratic and Republican Caucuses found:
- 62% of Republicans believe immigration is a serious problem. (30% “very serious” and 32% “somewhat serious”) compared to 36% of Democrats (24% “very serious” and 12% “somewhat serious”).
- 44% (a plurality) of Republicans believe illegal immigrants should be required to leave jobs and US, compared with 42% of Democrats (a plurality) who believe illegal aliens should be allowed to say and apply for citizenship.
- Among Republicans, immigration ranks first in “the one issue you would like candidates to discuss during the election.” Among Democrats, war/peace ranked first.
A Rasmussen Report poll conducted 772 Likely Democratic Voters in New Hampshire on November 5th found:
- 66% oppose granting drivers’ licenses to illegal aliens.
- 51% 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.
- 38% believe that if an illegal immigrant is discovered in this manner, they should be deported.