A split between parties on ICE

A new Morning Consult / Politico survey found a clear split between Democrats and Republicans on the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

Among Democrats, a plurality of 43 percent favors getting rid of ICE.

Among Republicans, an overwhelming majority of 79 percent favors keeping ICE.

Among independents, a majority of 54 percent favors keeping ice.

The survey was conducted July 6-10 among a national sample of 1,999 registered voters. The potential margin of error for the survey was plus or minus 2 percent.