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After ‘S-hole’ Fight, Faith in a DACA Deal Plunges

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Not many stories tug at Social's heartstrings like the plight of the so-called Dreamers. Brought to the U.S. as children, these hundreds of thousands of young residents now face deportation after the end of DACA, a program that kept them safe from being returned to the country of their parents. Democrats and Republicans have been working towards a deal to revive the program for months now, but the recent fight over comments by President Donald Trump denigrating some other nations may have soured those chances. “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here," Trump allegedly said at a meeting last Thursday, referring to immigrants from countries such as Haiti and El Salvador. "We should have more people from Norway.” Now, Social's faith in a DACA deal is lower than ever, falling 14 points from 54 percent positive sentiments last Wednesday to 40 percent positive this week. –Hugo Guzman



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