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Poll: Courts Are Right in Ruling Against Trump Travel Ban

AP Poll: Most Americans do not agree with Pres. Trump's travel ban AP Poll: Most Americans do not agree with Pres. Trump's travel ban | 

ALICIA A. CALDWELL and EMILY SWANSON Associated Press
June 19, 2017 04:02 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) - A new poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds that most Americans say the federal courts were acting properly when they blocked President Donald Trump's travel ban from going into effect.

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Trump has said the ban is necessary to keep would-be terrorists from traveling to the United States, but opponents have argued that it is intended to keep Muslims from traveling to the country.

Fifty-seven percent of Americans say the courts acted correctly by blocking the travel ban from taking effect, while 39 percent say they courts are wrongly interfering. Eighty-two percent of Democrats and 56 percent of independents say the courts are acting rightly, while 73 percent of Republicans say they're wrongly interfering.


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