The 2008 National Annenberg Election Survey found that 62% of immigrants prefer a single government-run healthcare system. The 2010 Cooperative Congressional Election Study found that 69% of immigrants support Obamacare, and the Pew Research Center found that 75% of Hispanic and 55% of Asian immigrants support bigger government.
Here is another way that recent immigrants are different from native Americans. A Harris poll found that 81% of native-born Americans believe the schools should teach students to be proud of being American, but only 50% of immigrants who had become naturalized U.S. citizens agreed with that. And get this: Only 37% of naturalized citizens (compared to 67% of native-born citizens) think our Constitution is a higher legal authority than international law.
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