California: Broad support for immigration plan that includes path to citizenship

In a dramatic shift from just a few years ago, Californians across age, race and political affiliation favor an immigration policy that includes a path to citizenship for certain illegal immigrants as well as enhanced border security and workplace enforcement, according to results of the largest [sic] statewide survey of registered voters.

Overall, 72 percent of voters in the latest USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times Poll favored comprehensive changes to the immigration system including a path to citizenship, and 21 percent opposed the plan. Nearly 3 out of 4 voters also favor a guest worker program. [cont.]

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