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Poll: Should the U.S. accept Syrian refugees or not?

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After one of the suspects from the Paris attacks was thought to have entered Europe by posing as a refugee, governors of some states in the U.S. said they did not want any more Syrian refugees in the country, and would not allow them in their states.  Some other states have promised to accept those refugees.

Should the U.S. continue to accept Syrian refugees, or should the U.S. suspend or stop accepting Syrian refugees?

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Illinois and Iowa halt acceptance of any new Syrian refugees

Some states will accept Syrian refugees in the U.S.

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