Just 28% Now Think Feds Likely to Secure Border if Reform Plan Passes


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Regardless of what a comprehensive immigration reform plan promises, voters are less confident than ever that the federal government really would secure the border to prevent future illegal immigration.

Still, voters continue to support the concept of comprehensive reform. Sixty percent (60%) of Likely U.S. Voters now favor an immigration plan that gives those here illegally legal status to stay provided the border is really secured to prevent future immigration.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 25% oppose such a plan, while 15% are undecided

Just 28% Now Think Feds Likely to Secure Border if Reform Plan Passes - Rasmussen Reports™

Personally I feel that securing the border will never happen and from what I have read the plan really is to legalize illegals immediately and the dog and pony show is nothing but a disguise to get the bill passed.

In the bill, it imposes penalties on those who have worked to gain citizenship legally while giving carte blanche to those who came across the border illegally and allows them to bring in their relatives and to game the welfare system.