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In trying to control illegal migration, how important is it to require that all employers use the government’s electronic E-Verify system to ensure only legal workers can obtain jobs?

59% Very important

22% Somewhat important

9% Not very important

6% Not important at all

5% Not sure

National Survey of 1,000 Likely Voters
July 19-22, 2019
Pulse Opinion Research

Working-age Americans without a job and living in poverty are disproportionately Black and Hispanic Americans of all ages and also younger Americans of all ethnic groups who don’t have a college degree. Some businesses say it is especially difficult to hire from among these groups. What should happen?

72% Business should be required to try harder to recruit and train from groups with the highest poverty and unemployment

12% Government should make it easier for businesses by providing foreign workers

16% Not sure

National Survey of 1,000 Likely Voters
July 19-22, 2019
Pulse Opinion Research

When businesses say they are having trouble finding Americans to take jobs in construction, manufacturing, hospitality and other service work, what is generally best for the country?

61% Better to raise the pay of workers until businesses can attract non-working Americans even if it causes prices to rise

21% Better for the government to bring in new foreign workers and keep the costs down

17% Not sure

National Survey of 1,000 Likely Voters
July 19-22, 2019
Pulse Opinion Research

Most businesses still choose not to use the E-Verify system to screen out illegal workers. What is better for the country?

66% Require businesses to use E-Verify & recruit non-working Americans

17% Allow businesses to fill jobs with illegal workers & hold costs down

16% Not sure

National Survey of 1,000 Likely Voters
July 19-22, 2019
Pulse Opinion Research

Barbara Jordan

“If we cannot demagnetize our economy for illegal aliens who come here to seek jobs, we cannot control illegal immigration. If we cannot control illegal immigration, we cannot sustain our national interest in legal immigration.”

BARBARA JORDAN
Clinton Administration

CHAIR U.S. COMMISSION ON IMMIGRATION REFORM

MANDATE E-VERIFY.
RAISE WAGES, SAVE JOBS.

E-Verify is a free technology allowing businesses to quickly verify new hires are here legally. Over 870,000 U.S. businesses currently use E-Verify but millions still don’t. Shouldn’t all businesses use E-Verify?

NumbersUSA Advocates

  • Lower Immigration Numbers
  • Economic Fairness, especially for vulnerable Americans
  • A Sustainable Quality of Life for future generations

NumbersUSA Opposes

  • Using Race, Ethnicity or Religion to set immigration policy
  • Nativist Policies favoring native born citizens over foreign born Americans
  • Hostility Toward Immigrants.  Don’t blame them, blame Congress. 

IMMIGRATION POLICY AFFECTS MORE THAN YOU MIGHT THINK

COMMON SENSE
IMMIGRATION VALUES

The most important factor in federal immigration policy is the numbers – the annual level of immigration.

  • Annual immigration should be set at a level that allows the stabilization of U.S. population and long-term sustainability of the American quality of life.
  • U.S. immigration policy should serve the national interest and prioritize the admission of spouses and minor children including adoptees, workers with extraordinary skills, and asylees and refugees.
  • U.S. immigration policy should support American workers, especially the most vulnerable, by preventing wage suppression and unfair competition for jobs.
  • Congress, through legislation, and the Executive branch, through enforcement policy, bear the burden of blame for—and the responsibility to correct—problems associated with current immigration policy.
  • Immigrant bashing, xenophobia, nativism, and racism are unacceptable responses to federal immigration policy failures. Race and ethnicity should play no role in the debate and establishment of immigration policy.

Meet Roy Beck, Founder
NumbersUSA

“Every government in the world has the obligation to decide what immigration number is right for the community in its care. My greatest concern is how the number that is chosen will affect our grandchildren's grandchildren.”

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