The question about illegal immigration is misleading since they phrase it as your position on immigration not illegal immigration.
My stance on this one issue is the sticking point for me. My answer was:
I favor stiff fines for employers who hire illegal immigrants, a security fence along the border, and a denial of citizenship to children born here of parents who are in the U.S. illegally. I oppose any form of amnesty.
I also checked the highest importance box on this question. I also tried taking the quiz several times with the other issues checked as of no importance to me.
There is not a single candidate with these views out of the lot. My result showed McCain as my candidate even though he is the polar opposite of my position on illegal immigration. What I find interesting is that the American people flooded their representative's in-boxes last year when amnesty was being ramrodded through congress. The vast majority of Americans spoke out on this single issue and I am appalled that there is not one political candidate with a hard stance on this issue.
The media is also beginning to alter perceived reality with their terminology by using the term "immigration" instead of the correct term "illegal immigration" as if anyone has a problem with law abiding people coming here legally.
They are blurring the lines on this issue and there is an agenda here that both sides are perpetrating on us. Adding a permanent lower class of 21 million unskilled, uneducated laborers who refuse to assimilate by learning our language and culture to this country will be disastrous to our economy, health care system, and prisons. IMO.