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NAM in the News

NAM as an advocate of ethnic and youth media often receives news coverage on its activities, including its annual Awards Banquet honoring ethnic media and its multilingual polling initiative. Formerly known as New California Media, much of the coverage of NAM you will read here refers to NCM.

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Inmigrantes legales tambien afectados por el debate migratorio

Enlace, News Report, Hiram Soto, Mar 31, 2006

Gran parte de la comunidad inmigrante legal considera que la intensidad y el tono en torno a la inmigracin ilegal ha afectado sus vidas negativamente. sa fue una las conclusiones de un estudio que se dio a conocer esta semana y que coincidi con el avance del debate migratorio en Washington y las protestas sin precedentes de cientos de miles de latinos a lo largo del pas.

Mainstream and ethnic media cover NAM's multilingual poll of Legal Immigrants on the Immigration Debate

NAM in the News, Mar 31, 2006

NAM's national multilingual poll of legal immigrants garnered coverage in major ethnic and mainstream news outlets, including the New York Times, Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Philadelphia Enquirer, New York Newsday, and many more.

Immigrants, Finding Their Voice

The Washington Post, Editorial, David S. Broder, Mar 30, 2006

This week Sergio Bendixen, a respected professional pollster, briefed me on the survey his firm had just completed of 800 legal immigrants, from 43 different countries, living in 47 states -- a cross section carefully designed to mirror the makeup of the 26 million legal immigrants the Census counts. To ensure accuracy, Bendixen arranged to interview subjects in their native languages whenever they requested.

Will countries compete for immigrants?

Sacramento Bee, Margaret Talev, Mar 30, 2006

Pollster Sergio Bendixen was surveying legal immigrants this month about their attitudes on illegal immigration when he came across a man from India now working in Massachusetts as a demographer for a financial investment firm.

G.O.P. Risking Hispanic Votes On Immigration

The New York Times, News Report, David D. Kirpatrick, Mar 30, 2006

Last week, Sergio Bendixen, a pollster for [New America Media], released a rare multilingual poll in which 76 percent of legal Latin American immigrants said they believed anti-immigrant sentiment was on the rise. A majority of immigrants said they believed the immigration debate was unfair and misinformed.

Immigration's Race Card

Salon.com, Editorial, Andrew Leonard, Mar 30, 2006

George Bush and legal immigrants agree: Undocumented workers do jobs that native-born Americans don't want to do. So say poll results released today by New America Media, a coalition of ethnic news organizations founded by Pacific News Service. An overwhelming majority of the 800 legal immigrants polled "think that the undocumented 'take jobs that legal residents and citizens do not want to do.' These legal immigrants also feel that the undocumented have a positive impact on the quality of life of Americans and 'help the economy by providing low cost labor.'"

Poll Shows Growing Fear among Immigrants

Saudi Press Agency, News Report, Mar 29, 2006

The poll's findings come as the senate considers immigration reform proposals, including legislation approved by the senate judiciary committee on Monday that would allow 11 million illegal aliens to seek U.S. citizenship.

Moment of Truth on Immigration Reform in U.S. Senate

Agencia EFE, News Report, Staff Writer, Mar 28, 2006

Two out of every three legal immigrants think that racism and hostility toward immigrants has increased in the United States - a fear that is greater among Latin Americans - according to a survey published Tuesday by research firm Bendixen & Associates.

As Poll Shows Immigration Outcry, El Paso Has Protests Planned

El Paso Times, News Report, Louie Gilot, Mar 29, 2006

Tuesday, a national poll of documented immigrants was released, showing documented immigrants largely in favor of legislation friendly to immigrants, even to those who are in the United States illegally.

Students, Activists Plan to March against House Bill

Albuquerque Journal, News Report, Bruce Daniels, Mar 29, 2006

The El Paso Times cited a national poll released on Tuesday of legal immigrants who favored legislation friendly to immigrants, even those who are here illegally.

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