POLL: Americans Push Back on Biden Migration Plan

If you thought Joe Biden could not go any lower, think again.

The latest Gallup poll is out with a concentration on immigration numbers.

Not shockingly, Biden’s plan is significantly underwater.

No, Joe, No

Over the last year, Joe Biden’s immigration policies have created a massive influx of illegal immigrants crossing our border.

Unlike past administrations, especially the last one, crossing illegally is no longer considered a crime.

Many of those captured remain in the country, not counting all those who managed to avoid detection.

As it turns out, many of those people that supported Biden’s radical agenda no longer do after seeing the detrimental impacts it has had in real life.

Since the last Gallup poll, there has been a significant shift against Joe Biden.

In January 2021, 19 percent of those polled wanted less migration and 15 percent wanted more.

This time, 35 percent are looking for less immigration.

A mere nine percent of those surveyed want to see more immigration, a drop of six points from the last survey.

Overall, that is a massive 22-point swing against Biden.

Biden took the expected hit among Republicans, but Independents also took a significant hit, swinging from 19 percent to 32 percent against more immigration.

Even with the negative polling numbers, Biden officials continue to dig in on this issue.

Last time I checked, it was Biden’s job to represent the will of the people.

Well, the people have spoken, and they want our borders closed.

Something tells me all those future voters are far more important to Biden and Democrats than We the People.

Source: Breitbart


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