Presenter Information

Darbie Burke, SUNY GeneseoFollow

Submission Type

Poster

Start Date

4-21-2022

Abstract

Immigration in today's political atmosphere is a polarizing issue. Many people have incorrect information about immigration and I will be exploring what these misconceptions are and trying to find out the issues that are polarizing. I will also explore the relation between party identification and people's feeling towards immigration. Do people's feelings about immigration cause them to vote a specific way or does their party loyalty affect how they feel about immigration? These questions are some that I will try and explore in my presentation.

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Sponsored by Jeffrey Koch

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Apr 21st, 12:00 AM

110 -- Polarization of Immigration in United States Politics

Immigration in today's political atmosphere is a polarizing issue. Many people have incorrect information about immigration and I will be exploring what these misconceptions are and trying to find out the issues that are polarizing. I will also explore the relation between party identification and people's feeling towards immigration. Do people's feelings about immigration cause them to vote a specific way or does their party loyalty affect how they feel about immigration? These questions are some that I will try and explore in my presentation.

 

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