How does the American public feel about immigration reform?

////How does the American public feel about immigration reform?
70% of Americans agree illegals immigrants shouldn't be deportedSo far in 2015, 7 in 10 Americans feel as though undocumented immigrants (illegal or visa overstays) should be allowed to stay in the country legally.  This shows that the American people are willing to accept immigration, and do not fit the stereotypic model of hatred toward immigration.  There are, of course, groups that feel otherwise and there always will be.  Regardless, the American people are at a point where they understand that no matter what we do, no matter what policies we enact, people are going to come to this country.  Many Americans then feel that we may as well do our part to help them do it legally.

People disagree on the requirements for allowing undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S. and how it should be done.  I agree that border security and enforcement of our laws are important, but we need to realize that immigration reform can help both.

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