Evangelicals oppose amnesty

I believe it’s important for Republican Members of Congress to realize that most evangelical Republicans do not approve of comprehensive immigration reform. The polls are clear on this.

A Pulse Opinion Poll asked Republican evangelicals:

“How much moral responsibility do you feel Congress has to help protect the ability of current illegal immigrants to hold a job and support their families without fear of deportation?”

Only 28% answered either “a lot” (10%) or “some” (18%). Unlike evangelical lobbyists, it’s clear that Republican evangelicals feel a moral duty to protect vulnerable members in our own national community.

This must be why 65% of evangelical Republican voters feel the most pressing immigration priority for the government is to “protect unemployed Americans from foreign worker competition.”

I hope you will take the results of this poll to heart, and not the advice of the evangelical lobbyists.

Phone me if you would like to talk about this.

Greg Raven