Poll: Nearly 6-in-10 Arizona Voters Turned Off by Pro-Amnesty Politicians

Poll: Nearly 6-in-10 Arizona Voters Turned Off by Pro-Amnesty Politicians


The majority of likely voters in Arizona say they are less likely to support politicians who vote for President Joe Biden’s amnesty for illegal aliens slipped into his “Build Back Better Act” budget reconciliation package, a new survey reveals.

The latest Rasmussen Reports survey shows that nearly 6-in-10 likely voters in Arizona are less likely to back lawmakers who support the amnesty plan that will provide work permits and driver’s licenses to about seven million illegal aliens.

Less than 25 percent of likely voters in Arizona said they would be more likely to back a politician that supported the amnesty.

On Friday, House Democrats passed the $1.75 trillion Build Back Better Act — with the amnesty included — sending the legislation to the

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