US survey shows increased preference for immigration

August 11, 2015
According to Gallup study on immigration in United States, about 25% of the people prefers for more immigration to the country that is more than a double of 12 percent in the survey conducted in June 2002 .

Among the other results, 40 percent of the people say that immigration levels must remain at its current level, but slightly fewer people some 34 percent wanted a decrease in the immigration levels according to this year survey.

US preference to immigration increased in the survey

The results obtained were conducted by the Gallup’s minority rights and relations during the period from June 15, 2015 to July 10, 2015 as this includes the greater representation of the Hispanic and black citizens. According to the survey, all the 2,296 respondents belongs to older than 18 years of age.

Among the Hispanic respondents, half of them have reported being immigrants themselves and also preferred an increased immigration of 36 percent. The non Hispanic white respondents have displayed the decreasing support for immigration representing only 21 %, and the African Americans fell in between the two at 30 percent favoring the immigration.

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