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LSU Survey Results


Comparison of LSU Random Survey Results (Before and After)

The information below is derived from survey responses from citizens polled by the Public Policy Research Lab at the Reilly Center for Media and Public Affairs at LSU.

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What role does racial profiling play in enforcing immigration laws?

Before

After

Racial profiling should have no role in enforcing immigration law
More distrust between community
Cannot go by appearances
It is hugely beneficial
Racial profiling seems to be the only way we are enforcing at the time
None
Bad Not good Nobody No good law
Too much Racial profiling should be illegal
A lot
Nothing
no answer
There is some but the law should protect against the practice in order to apply enforcement properly
To the extent that the laws allow

Racial profiling should not be the issue at hand
Should have nothing to do with us
No comment
Necessary
None she hopes
None
It hurts those who need jobs in the economy
Not sure
I do not know
Do not think it has anything to do with enforcing the law
Racial profiling does not play any role in enforcing laws
Very little enforcing her in Louisiana
Extremely important role

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