The Role of Contact and Values in Public Attitudes Toward Unauthorized Immigrants

4/19 This report from the American Immigration Council seek to analyze the reasons why people are likely to hold particular attitudes about immigrants. Just as with any
other public issue, attitudes about immigrants are wrapped up not only with individuals’ personal characteristics, life experiences, and beliefs about a wide range of other issues, but also some of their personal values and the type of contact that they have with immigrants. Key words: Undocumented, research,