Illegal immigration continues to grate on many Oklahomans, with one in 10 identifying it as the state’s No. 1 problem in the most recent Oklahoma Poll and most respondents saying they would pay more for food to keep undocumented farm workers out of the U.S.
“Something’s got to be done,” said Tulsan Sam Ramsey. “It’s just rampant.”
Of 752 likely voters surveyed for the Tulsa World and KOTV, channel 6, on April 27-30 by SoonerPoll.com, just more than 10 percent identified illegal immigration as the state’s “most pressing problem.”