POLL: 93% Of Texans Want Police To Check Immigration Status During ArrestsChris Menahan
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Texans overwhelmingly believe police should check the immigration status of those they arrest, a new poll from Texas Lyceum shows.
As The Daily Caller reports:
Overall, 93 percent of respondents said immigration status should be checked when a person is arrested for a crime, with 99 percent of self-identified Republicans and 88 percent of Democrats expressing support for such a policy.Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter and Facebook.