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(WashingtonPost.com) — New polls – from the Associated Press and Univision and from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal – suggest that Hispanics and non-Hispanics are sharply divided on Arizona’s new immigration law and on how the issue should be handled more broadly. The results from the Associated Press and Univision, released Thursday, find that two-thirds of Hispanics oppose Arizona’s law, 15 percent support it and 17 percent hold a neutral view. In a separate survey of all adults which asked the same question, 45 percent of non-Hispanics back the law, 20 percent oppose it and three in 10 neither favor nor oppose it. The NBC-WSJ poll found a similar dynamic, with adults overall far more supportive of the measure than Hispanics.

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