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May 4, 2010

CBS/N.Y. Times Poll Finds Majority Favor Arizona Immigration Law - Despite Loaded Questions To Favor Disapproval (Push poll)

Topics: Immigration and Border Issues, Media, Political News and commentaries

Even when the 'lamestream' liberal media uses loaded questions to influence their poll results, the majority of Americans approve of Arizona's stringent new immigration enforcement law.

From NewsBusters:

Byron York of the Washington Examiner found the media elite tried and failed to goad the public into opposing the new Arizona immigration-enforcement law. A new CBS/New York Times poll discovered 51 percent found it "about right," and only 34 percent checked the media's strongly preferred answer of goes "too far." York suggested the stories on the poll hinted heavily that the questions were loaded. Check out how Brian Montopoli at CBS reported its findings:
Despite their expectation that it will burden police departments and disproportionately affect certain ethnic groups, a slim majority of Americans believe the controversial illegal immigration measure recently signed into law in Arizona is "about right" in its approach, according to a newly-released CBS News/New York Times poll.
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Posted by Richard at May 4, 2010 11:36 AM

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