Citizenship, Values and Cultural Concerns: What Americans Want From Immigration Reform

The Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI), in partnership with the religion, policy and politics project at Brookings, conducted one of the largest surveys ever fielded on immigra­tion policy, immigrants, and religious and cultural changes in the U.S. The survey of nearly 4,500 American adults explores the many divisions—political, religious, ethnic, geographical, and generational—within the nation over core values and their relation­ship to immigration. The Four Freedoms Fund, a Carnegie Corporation-funded organization, supported the project.

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