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The immigration numbers that could hurt Republicans in 2018

Protestors against the "zero tolerance" immigration policies. Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

A Quinnipiac poll shows that 66% of voters oppose the Trump's administration separating immigrant children from their parents, and 79% support DACA recipients staying in the country and applying for citizenship.

Why it matters: Republicans running for Congress are already facing tough odds at keeping control of the House. The growing opposition to immigration policies under President Trump and his party could hurt them in November.