Support for Deportation Doesn’t Come From Where You’d Expect

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Immigration is one of the most contentious topics in American politics — and, according to NBC, one of the biggest drivers of turnout in the 2018 midterms.

But who supports deporting the nearly 11 million unauthorized immigrants? Voters who support deportation are largely concentrated in areas without a lot of unauthorized immigrants rather than in places where…

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George Washington University Public Policy. @UTAustin Alum. Back-to-back fantasy football 4th place champion.

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George Washington University Public Policy. @UTAustin Alum. Back-to-back fantasy football 4th place champion.

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