Según el California Progress Report:
The 2006 National Survey of Latinos is the first major public opinion poll of the Latino population to be conducted since this year’s pro-immigration marches and debate in Washington and around the country. (…)
More than half (54%) of Latinos surveyed say they see an increase in discrimination as a result of the policy debate, and three-quarters (75%) say the debate will prompt many more Latinos to vote in November. Almost two-thirds (63%) think the pro-immigrant marches this year signal the beginning of a new and lasting social movement. (…)
The survey shows that Latinos to some extent are holding the Republican Party responsible for what they perceive to be the negative consequences of the immigration debate (…).