In a recent segment on CNN, host Jim Acosta and commentator Scott Jennings engaged in a discussion with Democratic strategist Maria Cardona regarding the views of Hispanic Americans on mass deportation. The conversation was sparked by a CBS/YouGov poll (Full pdf at the bottom of this article) conducted from June 5-7, which revealed that over 50% of Hispanic Americans support a new national program to deport all undocumented immigrants currently residing in the United States illegally.

Jennings pointed to the poll data, indicating that over 60% of respondents, including various demographic groups such as men, women, independents, conservatives, moderates, Republicans, individuals with a four-year college degree, those without a college education, and people over 30, supported the deportation of all illegal immigrants.

Cardona disputed the accuracy of the poll results and expressed her concerns about the data. Despite her reservations, Acosta confirmed the 53%-47% split in favor of deporting undocumented immigrants, as shown by a graphic displayed on the screen.

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While the discussion focused on the polling data, Jennings remained firm in his assertion that mass deportations have substantial support among the American public and Hispanic voters. Cardona vowed to provide Jennings with what she considered to be more reliable polling information.

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