Subject: Voters Demand Immigration Enforcement Laws Like Arizona’s
Below is a fax that you can send to your 3 Members of Congress, by merely pressing the button below. U.S. Citizens Prefer Arizona Style Immigration Laws! A new CNN Poll shows that support for securing our borders against illegal immigration is on the rise. The poll, which questioned American adults rather than registered or likely voters, revealed the following changes:
The poll also found that 82% oppose boycotts against Arizona while 57% of Americans approve of Arizona's immigration enforcement law. This poll only reinforces numerous others which all show that an overwhelming majority of American citizens want our immigration laws enforced over granting incentives to illegal aliens. Please don't delay, and send this critical message to your 3 Members of Congress today. ROY BECK , NumbersUSA President
- Those who want the number of illegal immigrants decreased went up three points in seven months to 76%
- Increasing federal agents at the border now supported by 88%, up from 74%
- Support for stiff employer fines rose from 58% in 2006 to 71%
DEAR (Your 3 Members of Congress Will Appear Here), Poll after poll after poll show that Americans prefer enforcement-first immigration laws over any "pathway to citizenship" for illegal aliens. The recent CNN poll is no different. It has found that:
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The message is clear: the vast majority of Americans want our borders secured and want our immigration laws enforced. Anything else is simply not good enough. Please listen to the American people and help make our country a safer, more prosperous land. Sincerely, (Your Name Will Appear Here) (When you Click above, you'll be taken to a web page where you will be able to take INSTANT ACTION if you wish.) NumbersUSA, America's largest-member immigration-reduction organization. We are non-profit and non-partisan.
- those who want the number of illegal immigrants decreased went up three points in seven months to 76%;
- increasing federal agents at the border now supported by 88%, up from 74%; and
- support for stiff employer fines rose from 58% in 2006 to 71%.
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