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54 Percent of Voters Are Against Dual Citizenship

Border security and a path to citizenship are the most talked about issues when it comes to immigration reform, but another part of the debate involves multiple citizenships. Thirty-four percent (34%) of Likely U.S. Voters say that if someone wants to become an American citizen, he or she should be allowed to remain a citizen of another country at the same time.

Source: Rasmussen. Read full article. (link)

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  • Jon Lester||

    I hope that's separately considered from the children of US citizens and foreign spouses.

  • Ted Levy||

    200 percent of citizens are against dual voting

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