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Majority of Voters Will Only Support Immigration Reform if Border Security Comes First

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According to a new Rasmussen Report, the majority of American voters will only support an immigration reform package if border security comes before a path to citizenship.

Just 26% support a plan that would provide legal status for those already in the country illegally who otherwise have obeyed the law if it doesn’t include tougher border control. Fifty-eight percent (58%) oppose a plan stripped of this provision.

As a reminder, Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and President Obama have said a path to citizenship should not be contingent on border security,...