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Poll: 89 Percent of Latino Voters Want Immigration Reform

La Opinin, Posted: May 20, 2009

LOS ANGELES Eight-nine percent of Latino voters in the United States agree on the need for immigration reform, according to a poll conducted by immigration advocacy organization Americas Voice. Pollster Sergio Bendixen said that this percentage represents the largest consensus that they have seen so far. The poll also indicates that Latinos have high expectations for President Obamas promises of immigration reform: seventy-two percent of respondents said they were confident that Obama would fulfill his promise to realize immigration reform in the first year of his term.

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