A recent poll shows that over 66% of likely voters in Florida oppose a guest worker program and 75% oppose licenses for illegal aliens. Of the respondents 15% were Hispanic, which just confirms that Hispanic voters are not won over by politicians that think allowing illegal aliens into the country will win them the Hispanic vote.
In the November election, Arizona saw passage of Proposition 200, which requires ID be shown to vote and restricts services from illegal aliens. 47% of Hispanic voters voted in favor of the proposition
In a similar recent poll in California, 62% of voters were against giving drivers licenses to illegal aliens.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Two-thirds of likely voters in Florida would oppose a plan to allow some undocumented immigrants to live and work legally in the United States, according to a new poll conducted for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and Florida Times-Union.
That puts them at odds with President Bush, who has advocated a guest-worker program that would allow at least some undocumented immigrants the right to live and work legally in the United States.
The poll found that fewer than four in 10 likely voters in the state think immigration helps the United States.
Only two in 10 Hispanics favored a law allowing undocumented immigrants to work legally in the country. Only two in 10 favored issuing driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants. And only 38 percent of Florida's Hispanics who are likely voters said they thought immigration helped the United States.