Public-opinion research of people in Mexico shows that most people there aren't interested in moving to the United States.According to surveys from Pew Research, 61 percent of Mexicans said they wouldn't move to the United States even if they had the means or opportunity to do so.
Although the estimated number of unauthorized immigrants into the United States dropped off after 2007, researchers think that number may be on the rise again.After estimating a peak of 12.2 million unauthorized immigrants in the country in 2007, the Pew Research Center estimated that number dropped ... More >>
Hardly any unauthorized Latino immigrants in this country say they identify with the Republican Party.According to the Pew Research Center, Latinos who are either foreign-born U.S. citizens or permanent residents aren't much more likely to be Republicans, either.
Democratic State Representative Juan Mendez's God-free invocation at the House Representatives yesterday, as first reported by New Times, is attracting nationwide attention.If you want to see the video of Mendez's invocation, check it out after the jump:See also:-Atheist Lawmaker Quotes Carl Sagan I ... More >>
According to the court of public opinion, last week's shooting at a Newtown, Connecticut, elementary school isn't viewed as an "isolated act," unlike the shootings carried out by Jared Loughner and James Holmes.Although the public's just about split on the issue, a Pew Research Center survey shows m ... More >>
Image: www.glenndavissoccer.com A Pew Research Center poll claims that Mexicans look less favorably on Americans since the passage of SB1070, a stat used today by the Christian Science Monitor to thread an article on immigration.Just one problem: It took us about a minute to find another poll ... More >>