Immigrants who identify as Republican are more likely to blend into American civic life and culture, according to a CATO Institute/YouGov survey released Tuesday.
The survey found that migrants who identify as Democrat or Republican have a disagreement on the meaning of assimilation into America.
The CATO Institute/YouGov survey asked 2,600 U.S. adults to explore and examine why Americans either support or oppose a more open immigration system. The survey was done between March 5-15, 2021, with a margin of error of plus or minus 2.21 percent. The survey was asked in English.
The immigrants who identify as Republicans are roughly about 30 percent more likely than a Democrat to say it is “extremely” or “very” important to any of the immigrants being loyal to Americans and the United States. When asked, 87 percent of the Republicans said it is “extremely” or “very” important versus 60 percent of the Democrats thought it