Here are the survey results:
Just over a 3rd of Americans believe it is necessary to have a DACA amnesty extension and run the risk of a federal government shutdown (34 percent). A majority, 56 percent, state preventing a federal government shutdown is more crucial than continuing Obama’s DACA program.Only 49 percent of Democrats value DACA above a spending plan offer, while 75 percent of Republicans and 57 percent of Independents say avoiding the shutdown is more crucial than securing amnesty for illegals.Half would blame Republicans for shutdown The survey likewise shows that more Americans would blame either Trump or congressional Republicans for the shutdown if it happens. Just 31 percent would blame Democrats, while 21 percent would blame Trump, and 26 percent would blame the Republicans. Another 10 percent would blame all 3 groups.In reaction to the survey, the authorities social networks represent the office of Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah)tweeted,”
However great news: We can do both since DACA is not on due date today. This is a produced crisis. “CNN Poll: Preventing a shutdown is more vital than continuing DACA. Great news: We can do both since DACA is not on due date today. This is a made crisis. #SchumerShutdown https://t.co/Ml35oemze1!.?.!pic.twitter.com/oXf2LJgLDo!.?.!— Senator Hatch Workplace(@senorrinhatch )< a href="https://twitter.com/senorrinhatch/status/954464723759714304?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw"> January 19, 2018 Can this survey be trusted?The survey was performed for CNN by SSRS with respondents questioned in between January 14 and 18. 1,005 grownups were surveyed. The poll has a margin of error of+/-3.7 percentage points.