Numbers, Facts and Trends Shaping Your World

Latinos’ Views on the Migrant Situation at the U.S.-Mexico Border

Appendix: Hispanic registered voters supplemental tables

A table showing that about one-third of Latino voters say they have been following news about the current situation at the 
U.S.-Mexico border extremely or very closely.
A table showing that majorities of Hispanic voters view economic conditions in migrants’ home countries and in the U.S. as a major reason why many migrants are trying to enter the U.S.
A table showing that equal shares of Hispanic voters say the current situation at the border is leading to more crime or doesn’t have much impact on crime in the U.S.
A table showing that most Latino registered voters say the U.S. government is doing a bad job dealing with migrants seeking to enter the U.S. at the border with Mexico.
A table showing that a majority of Latino registered voters say having more immigration judges and staff to handle asylum cases would improve the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.
A table showing that a majority of Latino registered voters say having more immigration judges and staff to handle asylum cases would improve the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Table listing a number of proposed U.S. immigration policies and the percentages of all Latinos and Latino registered voters who say each policy would make the U.S.-Mexico border situation better, worse, or not make much difference
← Prev Page
1 2 3 4
Next Page →

Sign up for our weekly newsletter

Fresh data delivery Saturday mornings

Sign up for The Briefing

Weekly updates on the world of news & information