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Common Ground: Immigration
Washington, DC

November 5–6, 2019

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Common Ground: Immigration
Wynwood Art District
Miami, Florida

October 3–6, 2019

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Door 1/10
Dreamers

3 in 5 Americans support both a solution for Dreamers and a more secure border.
Source: Harvard University, July 2019

Door 2/10
1990s Called

Nearly 70 percent of Americans believe we should improve our immigration system.
Source: Morning Consult/Politico 2019

Door 3/10
American Heroes

More than 60 percent of Americans agree that immigrants make the U.S. stronger.
Source: Pew Research Center, Jan. 2019

Door 4/10
How Miami Are You

A majority of Americans say that immigrants help the economy.
Source: Gallup poll, conducted June 2019

Door 5/10
Friendship and Bonds

93 percent of Americans agree that welcoming people from different cultures is an important aspect of the American way of life.
Source: CBS Poll, October 2018

Door 6/10
Fighting to Stay

Americans are frustrated with our immigration system, with 65% saying it is broken.
Source: BPC Action - April 2018

Door 7/10
Shared Values

Over 75 percent of Americans believe that immigration is a good thing – a record high.
Source: Gallup poll, conducted June 2019

Door 8/10
We All Benefit

2 out of 3 Americans say legal immigration should stay or increase from current levels.
Source: Gallup poll, conducted June 2019

Door 9/10
The Nashville Way

Immigrants in Tennessee contributed $527,400,000 to the state economy.
Source: New American Economy (08/08/19)

Door 10/10
Nation's Capital

75% of Americans believe that immigration is good for our country.
Source: Quinnipiac University