By The Numbers

According to a recent Pew Hispanic Poll, 31% of Hispanics think illegal immigration has had a negative impact on the US:

Hispanics are also divided about the impact of illegal immigration on Hispanics already living in the U.S. Roughly equal shares say the impact has been positive (29%), negative (31%) or made no difference (30%). This mixed judgment stands in sharp contrast to views that Latinos expressed on this subject in 2007. Back then, fully half (50%) of Latinos said the impact was positive, while just 20% said it was negative.

Of course, the Left would call those 31% of Hispanics racists.


5 Responses to By The Numbers

  1. Nate says:

    Obama would say that they are scared and confused.

    Another possibility is those 31% were intimidated by tea partiers!

    Scared, confused, violent mothers and grandmothers bringing home leaflets and the like!

  2. Republicans in places like Arizona aren’t racist because they view illegal immigration negatively. They’re racist because the institute fundamentally racist policies.

  3. Nate says:

    It is racist to ask if a person is a legal resident once they have been arrested for a separate crime?

  4. jackhudson says:

    And they implement fundamentally racist policies because … They are Republicans!

    The fact is the Left has no plan to deal with illegal immigration, and so they are stuck on calling those who do racists, as they do every time they they come up short. It’s one more reason the country rejected them.

  5. Nate says:

    I also don’t see where the republicans are even mentioned in that poll. Must be liberal wishful thinking.

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