Public opinion on effects of immigration in the U.S. in 2018, by political party

This statistic shows public opinion on the effects of immigration on the United States as of 2018, by political affiliation. As of January 2018, 62 percent of respondents identifying as Democrats thought that the country was better off as a result of immigration, compared with 38 percent of Independents and 21 percent of Republicans.

In general, do you think immigration makes the U.S. better off or worse off, or does it not make much difference?

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Source

Release date

January 2018

Region

United States

Survey time period

January 8 to 9, 2018

Number of respondents

1,327 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

Registered voters

Method of interview

Online panel

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