By Balitang America Staff
July 18, 2013
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – While the U.S. House of Representatives stalls the unveiling of its immigration reform bill, until at least September, a new poll shows that most Americans want Congress to pass the comprehensive version authored by the Senate.
Findings from the latest poll by United Technologies/National Journal Congressional Connection shows more
Americans — 59% want the House to pass the Senate’s immigration bill as is or a version with even tougher border security.
Meantime, only one in five voters said they prefer the House not to pass any immigration reform bill at all, while 13% said they the House to remove the path to citizenship benefit from the Senate’s bill.