Seventy two percent of Americans think immigrants should learn to speak English after setting up a home in the United States.
This is according to a recent poll released by Gallup, with the findings not changing much in the past 12 years, when the survey company first started asking the question.
AdvertisementAccording to The Washington Times, seventy-two percent now say it's essential, while 24 percent consider it important and in 2001, Gallup reported that 77 percent found it essential, compared to 19 percent important.
Respondents were specifically asked how important it was to immigrants living in the United States to learn to speak English, was it essential, important but not essential, not too important, or not at all important.
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