US Latinos’ Perceptions & Actions Around Immigration Debate: Law Enforcement, Lifestyle and Voting Impact

July 14, 2010. The US Latinos’ Perceptions & Actions Around Immigration Debate is a special June 2010 Wave of LatinoMetrics co-sponsored by the Hispanic Federation/LULAC. The study is designed as a deep dive into the perspectives and actions of US Hispanics around Immigration Reform, Arizona SB 1070 and the advent of similar laws in 22 states across the country.The goal was to accurately understand how the entire Latino community perceives these issues. LatinoMetrics study focused on significant sociological anchors from a US Latino perspective.

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