Behind the Numbers: Immigration


Posted at 11:47 AM ET, 04/27/2012

Rubio’s Hispanic appeal uncertain

Sen. Marco Rubio is weaker among non-Cuban Hispanics in Florida.

By Scott Clement  |  11:47 AM ET, 04/27/2012 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 11:20 AM ET, 04/25/2012

Arizona immigration law persistently popular

Despite all the controversy, Americans like the law. A lot.

By Scott Clement  |  11:20 AM ET, 04/25/2012 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 02:44 PM ET, 12/30/2011

Poll watcher: Republican problems with Hispanic voters larger than ever

Fresh numbers from the Pew Hispanic Center show that Republicans have made little progress since 2008 in courting a fast-growing Hispanic voting bloc.

By Scott Clement  |  02:44 PM ET, 12/30/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 11:39 AM ET, 12/29/2011

Poll watcher: Obama seen as liberal; Hispanics in 2012, Iowa roundup

57 percent majority of Americans see president’s political views as liberal, versus 23 percent who see him as a moderate and 15 percent as conservative, according to a USA Today/Gallup poll released Thursday.

By Scott Clement  |  11:39 AM ET, 12/29/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 12:45 PM ET, 10/11/2011

GOP candidates out of step on immigration?

The GOP debate Tuesday night in Hanover, N.H., will focus on the economy, but immigration could play spoiler for two of the top candidates.

By Peyton M. Craighill  |  12:45 PM ET, 10/11/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 10:57 AM ET, 04/28/2011

Poll Watchers: Health care and the deficit, consumer confidence, Title IX and polling Hispanics

A daily round-up of public polling, including health care and the deficit, consumer confidence, Title IX and polling Hispanics.

By Peyton M. Craighill  |  10:57 AM ET, 04/28/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 06:00 AM ET, 05/14/2010

Ethnicity divides on Arizona immigration law

New polls - from the Associated Press and Univision and from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal - suggest that Hispanics and non-Hispanics are sharply divided on Arizona's new immigration law and on how the issue should be handled more broadly.

By Jennifer Agiesta  |  06:00 AM ET, 05/14/2010 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)