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20150814
Americans believe they are competing for jobs with a growing number of illegal immigrants flowing into the country, a new poll has found.

According to a Rasmussen Reports survey conducted Aug. 9–10 of 1,000 likely voters, 51 percent said they believe illegal immigrants are taking jobs away from U.S. citizens. Thirty-nine percent disagree, while 11 percent are unsure.

The vast majority of illegal immigrants represent low-skilled employees, the poll noted, explaining why lower-income respondents — those earning $50,000 or less — feel more strongly than those who earn more that illegal immigrants are responsible for taking available employment.

That finding also held for education; those without college degrees are more likely than those who did graduate from college to believe that illegal immigrants are taking away jobs.

There is a strong ideological divide in opinion as well. Seventy-one percent of Republicans, and unaffiliated voters by a 51 percent margin, believe illegals are taking away jobs from American citizens, but just 31 percent of Democrats believe this to be the case.....................

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Better education would help qualifications. So it's not an immigration issue.


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