Ohio Poll Data
Poll Reveals Ohioans 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 Quinnipiac University Poll conducted of 1,178 Ohio voters from November 26-December 03, 2007 found:
- 71% favor stricter immigration laws and are opposed to amnesty.
- 22% would not vote for a candidate if they completely disagree with him or her on immigration, but agree on other issues.
A Quinnipiac University Poll taken from November 6-11, 2007 of 1,231 Ohio voters found:
- 89% believe immigration is a serious problem. (63% “very serious” and 26% “somewhat serious”).
- 88% support a government measure requiring employers’ to verify social security numbers before employment.
- 86% oppose providing legal immigrants with government-subsidized health insurance
- 85% oppose providing illegal immigrants with social services such as welfare, food stamps, and housing assistance.
- 84% of voters believe the government should not issue drivers licenses to illegal immigrants
- 82% favor stricter enforcement and stiffer penalties against employers who hire illegal workers.
- 67% believe illegal immigration hurts the country, more than helps it.
- 61% oppose providing a free public education for children of illegal aliens
- 61% support a tamper proof national card for all legal Americans
- 60% support a fence along the Mexican border to reduce illegal immigration