'I can't find a job because I don't speak Spanish': Working class Alabama woman says changing demographics brought on by illegal immigration has left her struggling to find employment

  • Sandra Langlois, 42, is a resident of Albertville, Alabama, where the demographic has changed significantly due to immigration
  • She says she is still unemployed because she has told prospective bosses she doesn't speak Spanish
  • 30 per cent of the population of the town of Albertville is Hispanic
  • A CNN poll shows that working class whites feel that immigrants have negatively impacted their job prospects
  • Survey finds that working class whites in the South are more likely to support deporting illegal immigrants