Immigration has been a burning issue in this campaign for US presidential election. The anger of the electorate has been defined in the presidential campaign, which was highlighted in the poll which shows three candidates who were nontraditional accounts for more than 50% as the choice of people for nominee.
The poll findings that were published on the 30th of September 2015, the polls were regarding the most recent illegal immigrants in the US.
92% of the adult Americans voted as they believe it is a problem, 75% people says that it is a serious matter, 50% were in favour of pathway to the citizenship of the US for those people who have entered illegally and 61% belief it is unrealistic if the mass deportations are done.
In another poll, it was found that 60% of the people is in favour of mandatory deportations in Trump style. Many people are in favour of building a barrier along Mexican border for change in the constitution to ban the citizenship of birthright.
In this upcoming election, the issue of immigration would take the centre stage and the issue can be that will lands the presidency in lap of nominee of the Democratic. Because of the party’s stand of pro immigration, giving them third presidential term and first for the party.
There are almost 11 million immigrants who are undocumented in the US till December 2014.
Donald Trump’s view is to deport all the 11 million immigrants who are undocumented, while Jeb Bush supports the way to citizenship for those 11 million immigrants who are undocumented. Marco Rubio is in favour of policies of pro immigration that will not endanger the security of the country. And Hilary Clinton strongly supported the immigration reforms and path for illegal immigrants towards citizenship.