Most midterm election voters do not believe the U.S. is doing enough to address illegal immigration, a Friday survey from Rasmussen Reports and NumbersUSA found.
Survey Find itThe majority, or 58 percent of respondents, think the governor does a good job. “too little”Reduce illegal immigration at the Southern border. Twenty percent of respondents believe that the level currently being enforced is inadequate. “about right,”Only 13 percent of Americans believe that the federal government is engaging in illegal activities. “too much”The Southern border is under enforcement
This is similar to what voters rate President Biden on his handling illegal immigration. Only 12 percent rate it as good. “excellent.” Most, 51 percent, rate his administration’s handling on this issue as “poor.”
The survey also asked midterm voters in Florida, Arizona, and Nevada, specifically, how they felt about the government’s handling of illegal immigration. There was a general consensus, with 62 per cent of Florida voters and 58 per cent of Arizona voters and 66percent of Nevada voters saying that the government is handling illegal immigration. “too little”To address illegal immigration. Minimum half of every group gives Biden Administration a “poor” rating.
The survey results:
66% of national voters said that immigration was one their top 3 issues when choosing congressional candidates for the midterm elections. Another 15% said immigration was their most important issue while voting for a U.S. representative.
This national poll, which was taken among 1,767 eligible voters, took place November 8-9th, 2022. The margin of error is +/- 2%. It comes on the heels of Agents for Border Patrol apprehendingNearly 206,000 migrants were apprehended in November, compared to 167,000 in November 2021. Breitbart News reports that there have been three consecutive months of increased apprehensions in the U.S.
Border Patrol agents detained nearly 410,000 migrants within these nine southwest border sections during the first two months Fiscal Year 22, which started on October 1. In FY21, approximately 326,000 were apprehended by agents during the same period. This year’s apprehensions in October and November represent an increase of nearly 26 percent.
Border Patrol officials have reported that more than 410,000 migrants were apprehended within the first 2 months of this fiscal year. “got-aways.”It means that more than half a million migrants have crossed the southwest border within the first two month of this year.
Additionally, the senior source in Customs and Border Protection Telled Breitbart Texas that President Biden’s Department of Homeland Security has no plans to handle the coming influx of migrants in the wake of the end of Title 42.
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