By Courtney Pedroza | Cronkite News
July 11, 2016
Results from a poll of 1,400 residents along the U.S.-Mexico border indicate opposition to a new border wall.
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The Cronkite News-Univision News-Dallas Morning News poll asked people living on the border about a range of issues, including whether they need or want a new border wall. The survey of more than 1,400 border residents includes 14 cities on both sides of the border. The results reflect the views of people who say they are too often misunderstood and left out of the political debate in both Washington and Mexico City. With so much political rhetoric about the border this election year, the poll gives voice to those who call the region home.
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