According to a poll released by the Associated Press, a 44% plurality of Americans want less overall immigration into the United States, up four percentage points from the same Gallup poll released in mid-February.
The AP and NORC at the University of Chicago Poll of 1,247 adults conducted February 16-20 shows that only 20% of Americans want to increase the numerical levels of immigration into the United States.
"Only 11% of Republicans favor increased immigration, along with 27% of Democrats," outlined the AP's March 7 statement. Inversely, 65% of Republicans want less migration, according to the poll.
Overall, just 34% of all Americans say the inflow of immigration should "remain the same as it is." However, it is essential to note that the 'remain the same' number is likely inflated by the media outlets' refusal to include the actual numerical totals and the growing cost of uncontrolled mass immigration into the United States.
40% of Americans want less migration, up from 19% in January 2021, said the Gallup poll released February 13. The 40% includes 71% of Republicans, 36% of independents, and 19% of Democrats, according to the survey, which did not describe the scale of Biden's migration.
Breitbart News reports:
The AP poll matches the rising public opposition to President Joe Biden's business-backed policy of importing millions of legal, quasi-legal, and illegal migrants for jobs and homes that would otherwise go to better-paid Americans.
In addition, according to a survey conducted August 12-15 by the pro-migration Economic Innovation Group of 2,025 voters, only 28% of registered voters believe immigration has been positive for their local economy.
By a factor of more than two to one, Americans agree companies "should raise wages and try harder to recruit Americans even if it causes the prices of their products to rise," said a July 20-22 poll by YouGov.com.
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Updated: Thu, May 11th 2023 @ 3:23pm EDT