Article originally appeared on www.breitbart.com.
Only 14 percent of Americans support amnesty and citizenship for those who have entered the country illegally, and an even smaller portion of Hispanic voters feel the same way, a Convention of States Action/Trafalgar Group survey obtained first by Breitbart News found.
Three-quarters of U.S. voters believe that those who entered the country illegally should simply be expelled, and 59.5 percent said those who have entered the country illegally should be expelled and those in the asylum review process should have the review completed and determination made, whether that be asylum or removal. Just 14.3 percent believe that asylum and citizenship should be granted to those who entered the country unlawfully.
Perhaps more telling is the fact that less than three percent of Hispanic voters, 2.8 percent specifically, believe those who entered the country illegally or are in the asylum review …
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