09 Jul '13, 9pm
New Poll: “Party Doesn’t Matter”: 69% of Likely Voters in Staten Island and Brooklyn want Immigration Reform
New York City (Tuesday, July 9, 2013 ) New Poll: “Party Doesn’t Matter”: 69% of Likely Voters in Staten Island and Brooklyn want Immigration Reform with a Pathway to Citizenship New Yorkers for Real Immigration Reform Look to Congressman Grimm to Lead the Way Public Policy Polling (PPP), a nonpartisan organization that employs Interactive Voice Response (IVR) technology to poll on a wide range of issues, released a new poll showing that 69% of voters in Staten Island and Brooklyn support comprehensive immigration reform with a pathway to citizenship. The results come out one day before House Republicans meet in Washington, DC, for an immigration summit to determine how to move immigration reform forward. “House members who are not yet clearly on board with providing a path to citizenship for the undocumented in an immigration reform bill would be wise to look at these poll...