By David McCabe, The Hill
November 24, 2014
Voters are very supportive of President Obama’s executive order on immigration, according to a new poll from an organization aligned with Democrats.
Sixty-seven percent of voters said that they had a favorable opinion of the plan when it was described to them, and 28 percent had an unfavorable view in the poll conducted by Hart Research Associates for Americans United for Change, a liberal group.
The results of the poll vary by party affiliation.
An overwhelming 91 percent of Democrats favored the plan as it was described to them, as did 67 percent of independent voters.
Fifty-one percent of Republicans did not favor the plan.
Hart conducted the poll on Nov. 19-20, so much of the response came before Obama’s announcement on the night of Nov. 20. However, details about Obama’s actions had been trickling out.[...]
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