Republican Senate candidate Matt Rosendale meets attendees after a campaign rally in Bozeman, Montana, U.S., October 2, 2018.
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That's up from 8 percent in the same period of the 2014 congressional elections and 5 percent in the 2010 races.As recently as 2013, when the Senate passed an immigration bill with bipartisan support, a significant portion of the Republican Party backed immigration reform including a path to citizenship for some of the 12 million people living in the United States illegally.Some 23 percent of Republicans said this month immigration was the "most important problem" facing the country, up from 4 percent in January 2012 .Voter Sandy Shumaker says she was ignorant about how illegal immigration was affecting the country before listening to Trump.
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