A majority of American adults disapprove of President Joe Biden’s open United States-Mexico border where border crossers are regularly apprehended, briefly detained, and released into the U.S. interior, a new poll reveals.
A the results from a recent poll told some shocking truths about the Biden administration’s turn toward open borders. The poll found that a majority of Americans – over 50% – disapprove of the president’s handling of the crumbling immigration crisis on the U.S-Mexco border. Statistics show that is American remains on trend, 2021 will the worst year for illegal immigration in America’a history.
Meanwhile, only 33 percent of Americans approve of Biden’s handling of illegal immigration at the southern border.
The start difference comes as just less than a year ago when the border remained safe and secure thanks to the policies of the Trump administration. Particularly his Remain-in-Mexico proved to be incredibly effective in keeping the border clear of illegals awaiting their day in U.S. immigration court. On day one of Biden’s presidency, he scrapped this policy and established Catch-and-Release instead.
Biden is also underwater in polling on the issue of crime. A plurality of 48 percent of Americans disapprove of Biden’s handling of crime while fewer than 4-in-10 Americans approve of his handling of the issue.
The polling is only the latest that shows Biden is at odds with Americans over his open borders initiative that has restarted the catch and release operation and promises to bring deported illegal aliens back to the U.S.
A poll released last month revealed that 2 out 3 potential voters hope to see Former President Trump’s border policies reinstated as opposed to Biden’s. Voters are specifically fond of the policy that allows ICE officials to immediately return illegal border crossers to Mexico.
The poll also shows that 64 percent of voters said Biden ought to “issue new, stricter policies to reduce the flow of people across the border.”
A majority of about 55 percent of voters said Biden should have kept Trump’s border and immigration controls that resulted in less illegal immigration, increased interior immigration enforcement, and thus a tighter labor market with boosted U.S. wages.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth