Canadians split over accepting Dreamers from U.S., survey finds

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The Angus Reid Institute survey suggests Canadian views around accepting Dreamers fall along demographics and political lines.

The youngest Canadian adults surveyed, aged 18-24, were more enthusiastic about welcoming DACA recipients, while those 25 and older were more divided.

The survey found that those who voted for the Liberal or New Democratic parties in 2015 largely support inviting DACA recipients to Canada.

Most of those who supported the Conservative Party said Canada should not offer such an opportunity.

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