Poll: Many Mexicans Would Move to the U.S. A new survey from the Pew Hispanic Center suggests that more than 40 percent of Mexicans would move to the United States if they could, and that half that number would do so even if it were illegal. Alex Chadwick speaks with Robert Suro, director of the Pew Hispanic Center, about the Mexican perspective on security at the U.S. border.
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Poll: Many Mexicans Would Move to the U.S.

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Poll: Many Mexicans Would Move to the U.S.

Poll: Many Mexicans Would Move to the U.S.

Poll: Many Mexicans Would Move to the U.S.

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A new survey from the Pew Hispanic Center suggests that more than 40 percent of Mexicans would move to the United States if they could, and that half that number would do so even if it were illegal.

Alex Chadwick speaks with Robert Suro, director of the Pew Hispanic Center, about the Mexican perspective toward security at the U.S. border.