Thursday, May 13, 2021

POLLS: Voters Unhappy With Biden Handling of Border Crisis; Majority of Voters Doubt Biden's Ability to Tackle Terror Threats; Just 8% of Americans Favor Unlimited Immigration

Voters unhappy with Biden handling of border crisis, polls reveal:
U.S. residents disagree with how the Biden administration is responding to the surge of children and adults illegally coming across the U.S.-Mexico border, according to new polling.
Just 43% of adults approve of how President Joe Biden is handling the border and immigration issues, compared to 54% who do not approve of his administration's actions since January. Immigration was among Biden's lowest-rated issues as of April 29 through May 3, according to findings released Monday by the Associated Press-NORC at the University of Chicago.
A separate nationwide Harvard-Harris poll taken between April 27-29 found 80% of registered voters think the “current surge in illegal immigrants at the border" constitutes a crisis that needs to be addressed immediately, compared to 20% who believe the immigration system can handle it. Four in five people said illegal immigration, which includes both unlawful entry into the country at the border and visa overstays, is a “serious” issue for the country right now, compared to 20% who said it was not too serious or not serious at all.
More than three in four voters, 77%, want Biden or Vice President Kamala Harris to visit the southern border immediately. --->READ MORE HERE
Poll Shows Majority of Voters Doubt Biden's Ability to Tackle Terror Threats:
A new poll found that a majority of Americans eligible to vote do not see President Joe Biden as competent enough to deal with terrorism.
According to the Rasmussen poll, released Monday, only 30 percent of likely U.S. voters expressed that they were very confident in Biden’s ability to deal with terrorist threats to the United States.
Roughly 16 percent said they were somewhat confident in the president’s ability to deal with such threats.
Twelve percent were not very confident and 40 percent were not at all confident in Biden’s ability to deal with terrorist threats.
The results, which had a 95 percent level of confidence and a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3 points, were from a survey Rasmussen Reports conducted between April 29 and May 2 among 1,000 likely voters in the country. --->READ MORE HERE
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+++++Just 8% of Americans favor unlimited immigration+++++

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