Public support for Arizona's controversial new immigration law has increased slightly, a new CBS News poll shows, with 57 percent of Americans characterizing the law as "about right" in the way it addresses the issue of illegal immigration....Another 17 percent said it doesn't go far enough.
How high does that support have to get before it stops being considered "controversial"? Just wondering.
Red-faced Boston city councilors who boldly voted to shun the state of Arizona over its new immigration crackdown are now showing signs of boycotter’s regret.
Yes, that's Boston. As in Massachusetts.
Americans' initial reactions to the U.S. Justice Department lawsuit against Arizona's new illegal immigration law are more negative than positive, by a 50% to 33% margin....The margin of opposition to the lawsuit is highest among those who are following news about the law most closely.
Well, you can't trust Gallup polling, can you?