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Date Issued:
2021
Abstract:
Immigration policies in the United States remain a paramount topic in shaping the nation’s sociopolitical culture in the status quo; nuances in public sentiment pertaining to both immigration and are imperative in recognizing the broader implications of this issue. To gauge public sentiment on this and associated issues, a poll was conducted titled Taking America’s Pulse 2016 Class Survey. The Survey organization was the German data and analytics firm, Growth from Knowledge (GfK) Group, and was sponsored by Cornell University faculty members, Peter K. Enns, Ph.D., Professor of Government, and Jonathon Schuldt, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Communication. This research will examine two (2) questions from the referenced 2016 poll, Question I, “Do you think the number of immigrants admitted into the US is too high, too low, or about the right amount?” and Question II, “Would you support or oppose a proposal to increase penalties for undocumented immigrants who overstay their visa in the US?”. This secondary data analysis further studies the aforementioned questions by examining respondents’ political party affiliation.
Title: SECONDARY DATA ANALYSIS ON AMERICAN PUBLIC OPINION AND IMMIGRATION POLICIES OF THE UNITED STATES IN 2016.
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Name(s): Lopez Pelaez, Kevin
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Research Paper
Date Issued: 2021
Publisher: Florida Atlantic University Digital Library
Place of Publication: Boca Raton, FL
Physical Form: online resource
Extent: 20 p.
Language(s): English
Abstract: Immigration policies in the United States remain a paramount topic in shaping the nation’s sociopolitical culture in the status quo; nuances in public sentiment pertaining to both immigration and are imperative in recognizing the broader implications of this issue. To gauge public sentiment on this and associated issues, a poll was conducted titled Taking America’s Pulse 2016 Class Survey. The Survey organization was the German data and analytics firm, Growth from Knowledge (GfK) Group, and was sponsored by Cornell University faculty members, Peter K. Enns, Ph.D., Professor of Government, and Jonathon Schuldt, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Communication. This research will examine two (2) questions from the referenced 2016 poll, Question I, “Do you think the number of immigrants admitted into the US is too high, too low, or about the right amount?” and Question II, “Would you support or oppose a proposal to increase penalties for undocumented immigrants who overstay their visa in the US?”. This secondary data analysis further studies the aforementioned questions by examining respondents’ political party affiliation.
Identifier: FAUIR000404 (IID)
Subject(s): United States. Emigration and immigration. Government policy
Public opinion polls--Law and legislation--United States
Public opinion--United States
Immigration issues in the United States
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