How Many U.S. Hispanics Want To Increase Immigration? The Answer May Surprise You
How does the Hispanic population in the U.S. feel about increasing legal immigration in America? According to Breitbart, a Gallup poll has revealed that roughly 2 out of 3 Hispanics are not in favor of it.
Breaking that number down, 34% of Hispanics born in the U.S. are not in favor of increasing immigration and 33% of Hispanics who live here but not were not born here are not in favor. In fact, 31% of foreign-born Hispanics actually want to decrease immigration.
As it is right now, each year the U.S. lets in a million legal immigrants, a million migrant workers, and about 300,000 illegal immigrants. According to Breitbart, a 2013 Rasmussen poll revealed that only 10% of American even know that America accepts a million legal immigrants a year.
Overall, these polling results look good for Donald Trump, who favors a hardline on immigration, and not so good for Jeb Bush, who, according to The Hill, appears to want to increase immigration into the U.S.