Attitudes on immigration - U.S. overall and congressional battleground districts
In this poll:
The Washington Post-Schar School poll was conducted among a national sample of 1,473 U.S. adults including 865 of those living in congressional districts classified as tossups or leaning toward one party. Click "detailed view" to see interactive results by battleground/non-battleground as well as other political and demographic groups.
Q: Some people have called the United States a nation of immigrants - do you think welcoming immigrants has been mainly (good) or mainly (bad) for the country, or has this been about equally (good) and (bad)?
Q: Do you support or oppose a program that allows undocumented immigrants to stay in the United States if they arrived here as a child, completed high school or military service and have not been convicted of a serious crime?
Q: Do you support or oppose a recent Trump administration policy that separated immigrant children from their parents when the parent was accused of entering the U.S. illegally across the southern border? Do you feel that way strongly, or somewhat?
Q: Do you approve or disapprove of the way U.S. Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller is handling the investigation into possible ties between Trumps presidential campaign and the Russian government?