Younger Republicans have more liberal opinions on issues of immigration than do older Republicans, according to a new poll.
A poll conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute found 41 percent of Republicans in all think immigrants face a lot of discrimination in the United States, the Associated Press reported.
But among Republicans ages 18 to 29 years old, 60 percent say they think immigrants face a lot of discrimination in the U.S. Only about one-third of voters ages 65 and older say the same.
The poll found that 63 percent of Americans overall think there’s a lot of discrimination against immigrations.
A slight majority, 55 percent, of Republicans of all ages think immigrants in the U.S. illegally should have a path to citizenship “if certain conditions are met.”
But among younger Republicans ages 18 to 29, 62 percent think immigrants in the U.S. should have a legal path to citizenship. Read more at The Hill.