Rasmussen Reports 3/3/10

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    As the country wrestles with a future of historic-level deficits, 67% of U.S. voters say that illegal immigrants are a significant strain on the U.S. budget. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 23% disagree and do not believe illegal immigration is a strain on the budget.

    Two-out-of-three (66%) voters say the availability of government money and services draw illegal immigrants to the United States. Nineteen percent (19%) think otherwise and do not believe government money and services are a magnet for illegal immigration. Another 15% are not sure.
     
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    Well those 19% are living in denial. Of course the perks in place is a magnet for illegals. You have to be a nut to believe otherwise. If most of us lived in misery and poverty in a third world nation and just across the fence there is a country who has free medical, free education, welfare via food stamps and a check for every child born here, free housing, etc, why would ALL of this not serve as a magnet????
     

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