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Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll. March 1996
¨ 52% of Americans favor establishing a five-year ban on ALL legal and illegal immigration into the United States.

CBS News/New York Times. September 1995
¨ 63% of Americans think immigration levels are too high.
¨ 66% of Republicans want less immigration.
¨ 60% of Democrats want less immigration
¨ 64% of Independents want less immigration.

Time/CNN September and November 1993
¨ 80% of those polled consider it important for. the federal government to track down illegal aliens living in the United States (Sept.).
¨ 73% of those polled feel the U.S. should "strictly limit" immigration (Sept.).
¨ 60% of Americans favor changes in federal law to reduce the number of legal immigrants (Nov.).

CNN/USA Today/Gallup. July 1993
¨ 65% of adults polled believe immigration should be decreased generally.

Hispanic USA Research Group Survey of Hispanic Americans. June 1993
¨ 89% of Hispanic Americans strongly support an immediate moratorium on immigration.
¨ 74% feel fewer immigrants should be allowed and stronger restrictions be enforced.

Latino National Political Survey. December 1992
¨ 75% of Mexican-Americans agree there are too many immigrants in this country
¨ 79% of Puerto Ricans agree;
¨ 65% of Cuban-Americans agree;
¨ 74% of "Anglos" agree.

Americans Support Reduced Immigration
1996 Roper Poll* respondents who support immigration of less than 300,000 per year
¨ 70% of All Respondents
¨ 73% of Blacks
¨ 52% of Hispanics
¨ 72% of Conservatives
¨ 71% of Moderates
¨ 66% of Liberals
¨ 72% of Democrats
¨ 70% of Republicans
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