Public Policy Polling gauges the fallout from the Arizona immigration bill:

Hispanics in the Mountain West are leaning much more strongly toward the Democrats since the Arizona law was passed. The big question then becomes whether there are white voters who are going to go Republican this fall who wouldn't have if that bill hadn't been passed. We don't see any evidence of that happening yet...

Recall also 83 percent Hispanic support for health insurance reform ... and Sotomayor. There's a reason the Dems held their last convention in Colorado.

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