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Nearly 51% of American Voters Support Arizona Immigration Law, Survey Says

Americans support Arizona immigration law

Although condemned by the White House, Arizona’s controversial new immigration law has popular support among American voters.

The Arizona statute, which requires law enforcement officials to ask someone's legal status if there is "reasonable suspicion" to believe the person is in the U.S. illegally, was approved of by 31 to 51 percent of the survey’s respondents, and 35 to 48 percent said that they want a similar immigration law enacted in their state, according to a nonpartisan Quinnipiac University Poll, reports USA Today.

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