Thursday, February 23, 2023

Poll: Satisfaction with US Immigration Levels at Lowest Point in Decade; Gallup Poll: Voters’ Demand for Less Migration Doubles; Establishment Media Admit Public Opposition to Migration

Satisfaction with US immigration levels at lowest point in decade:
Satisfaction with the level of immigration into the United States is at its lowest point in a decade, according to a January poll from Gallup that was released on Monday.
The numbers dipped six percentage points compared to 2022, from 34% in January of last year to 28% in 2023. The numbers are part of Gallup's annual "Mood of the Nation" survey that was conducted from Jan. 2 through Jan. 22.
Although the number is at its lowest level in a decade, the lowest numbers reported overall were in 2007 and 2008 when the numbers dropped to 23% and 24%, respectively. Satisfaction peaked during former President Donald Trump's administration in 2017 and 2018, when the numbers rose to 40% and 41%, respectively.
"The recent shift in U.S. attitudes no doubt reflects the situation at the Southern border, where the U.S. government reported a fourfold annual increase in migrants attempting to enter the U.S. in 2021, with the figure rising to 1.7 million," Gallup said in its release .
The majority of Americans dissatisfied with the current level of immigration want to see fewer people coming to the country, with 64% of respondents saying they want immigration to decrease. Only 8% are dissatisfied because they want to see more immigration. The remaining 15% don't know why they feel that way or want immigration to remain the same. --->READ MORE HERE
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Gallup Poll: Voters’ Demand for Less Migration Doubles
Public demand for less immigration has doubled under President Joe Biden’s welcome for roughly 6 million economic migrants, according to a Gallup survey.
Forty percent of Americans want less migration, up from 19 percent in January 2021, said the poll, released February 13. The 40 percent includes 71 percent of Republicans, 36 percent of independents, and 19 percent of Democrats, according to the poll, which did not describe the scale of Biden’s migration.
“Republicans’ displeasure with immigration for being too high is now the highest Gallup has recorded for that party,” said a Gallup statement.
The Republican consensus for lower migration likely will block efforts by establishment-backed GOP legislators to further expand labor migration, despite much media and Democratic celebration for migration.
Biden’s policy of raising migration levels is backed by just 4 percent of Republicans, 7 percent of independents, and 12 percent of Democrats, according to the poll. --->READ MORE HERE
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