Poll: Nearly two-thirds of Arizona voters do not want US-Mexico border wall

Nearly two-thirds of Arizona voters do not want a border wall constructed on the United States-Mexico border, a KTAR News/OH Predictive Insights poll released Wednesday said.

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Sixty-two percent of respondents to the poll indicated they do not want the wall. Thirty-seven percent said they supported the wall, while 1 percent either did not know or refused to answer.

“The opposition to the wall, I think, comes from a variety of sectors, especially economic reasons,” U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.) said when asked about the poll results.

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