North Carolinians think certain categories of people living in the country illegally should be allowed to stay, but they are more hesitant about those seeking sanctuary as a way to avoid arrest, according to a recent poll from High Point University.
Researchers from the university randomly polled 469 adult residents in North Carolina in November and asked them questions about President Donald Trump, voting and immigration.
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One question asked respondents to answer yes or no if they believed “illegal immigrants who fall into these categories should be allowed to stay,” followed by the following groups:
Those who are serving in the U.S. military: 83 percent said yes, 14 percent no Those who are working and paying taxes: 77 percent said yes, 20 percent no
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