Eric Dienstfrey | June 26, 2007
Additional analysis from the recent CNN/ORC national survey of 1,029 adults (conducted 6/22 through 6/24) finds:
- Based on what they "have read or heard about all the proposals in the Senate immigration bill," 47% of Americans oppose the bill; 30% favor it.
- 28% say they oppose the bill because it "goes too far toward helping illegal immigrants;" 15% say the bill "does not go far enough."
*** Since there is a delay for these results to appear on CNN.com, we have uploaded the release.