Hotel Industry launches Workforce & Immigration Initiative with new survey and multi-state digital advertising campaign directed to Congress and the Administration.
- Two in three voters (67%) believe that to build a dependable and efficient economy, we need to fix our immigration system so that immigrants willing to contribute to our economy can do so legally, including:
– 69% of Democrats
– 70% of independents
– 64% of Republicans
- A range of proposals including legal status/citizenship are popular across party lines. Bipartisan majorities support proposals that would grant expanded citizenship opportunities or permanent legal status to immigrants living in the United States:
– Two in three voters (67%) support increasing the annual number of H-2B visas, including:
78% of Democrats
65% of independents
54% of Republicans
– Seven in ten voters (71%) support creating a path to citizenship for immigrants who currently qualify for Temporary Protected Status (TPS), including:
86% of Democrats
60% of independents
58% of Republicans
- Voters do not think the government is taking enough action and that the immigration system is "broken" and "in crisis."
– Three in four voters (76%) say Congress has not done enough on immigration
– Nearly nine in ten voters (87%) say bipartisan efforts to achieve immigration reform are more important than sticking to their respective parties’ political agendas.
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