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According to a new Pew Research Survey, hispanics are divided over what to do with unaccompanied children entering the US from Central America.
49-percent support the current system which takes months or years to process kids through the system.
47-percent favor a faster process which would speed up deportations.
Americans overall prefer speeding up the process 53-percent to 39-percent.
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