The debate over whether and how to reform the nation’s immigration laws has seized the attention of Washington. But beyond the beltway, Americans are barely tuning in. Fewer than half (44%) say they are following the debate very or fairly closely, according to a new Pew Research Center poll. And a plurality (38%) doesn’t have an opinion on the bipartisan “Gang of Eight” measure that was recently introduced in the Senate. Those who do have an opinion are split over the bill.
05 May 2013