First Focus Center for the Children of Immigrants commissioned a survey on the opinions of non-Latino registered voters regarding the rights of immigrant children in key states.

The survey was conducted by Lake Research Partners from Feb. 22-26, 2016 via telephone with a geographically stratified sample of Republican, Democrat and Independent voters in Ohio, Missouri, Arizona, New Mexico, New York and Minnesota. The margin of effort for the sample is +/- 4.0 percent. The voter sample was representative of each state’s gender, age, region, party registration, party identification and ethnicity.

This report outlines key findings of the poll on public sentiment toward the rights of immigrant children.