For Immediate Release
Experts Release New Polling on Immigration in Moderate-Conservative States
Conventional Wisdom is Dead: Democrats Win by Leaning Toward, not Away From, Immigration Reform
WASHINGTON - On Monday, May 10th,
Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America's Voice, will join Guy
Molyneux of Hart Research Associates to release a new poll that dispels
the notion that political leaders from moderate to conservative states
should steer clear of the immigration debate. The poll of 1,608
voters, conducted in four states - Arkansas, Missouri, Ohio and
Colorado - tested voters' opinions on comprehensive immigration reform
amidst very harsh attacks from opponents.
new poll finds that addressing immigration head on and advocating for a
comprehensive solution is preferred by voters and that confidence in
Democrats grows dramatically following a tough debate on the issue.
The press call will outline the findings of the telephone survey, conducted over a five day period in April.
WHO: Guy Molyneux, Partner with Hart Research Associates
Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America's Voice
WHAT: Experts Host Press Call Releasing New Poll on How Comprehensive Immigration Reform Stacks Up Against the Toughest Attacks
WHEN: Monday, May 10 at 2:00 pm ET
CALL IN: 800-895-0198 Passcode: REFORM
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