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Except for Republicans, rising share of Americans see economic value in immigration, survey shows

At a time of rising populist resentment over globalization, Americans largely agree that foreign trade is costing U.S. jobs, but they also hold an increasingly positive view about the value of immigrants to the economy. In a new study by the Pew Research Center, eight out of 10 adults regarded increased...
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