Immigration is sometimes called the "third rail" of American politics because of the divisive debate that surrounds it. But a new poll suggests voters do not necessarily see it the same way.
Forty-one percent of registered voters consider immigration "very important" to their vote in November, the lowest of twelve issues tested by the Pew Research Center (the economy and jobs are number one). That number is down 11 percentage points from 2008.
President Obama's supporters (36 percent) and...Full Story