How Americans View Immigrants Right after the Sept. 11 attacks, most Americans thought the United States was letting in too many immigrants. But that has changed. We discuss some surprising results from a new poll on immigration.
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Right after the Sept. 11 attacks, most Americans thought the United States was letting in too many immigrants. But that has changed. We discuss some surprising results from a new poll on immigration.

Guests:

Marcus Rosenbaum, NPR senior editor

Frank Bean, co-director, Center for Research on Immigration, Population and Public Policy, University of California, Irvine

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