In one month, the percentage of Americans who view immigration and illegal aliens as the top problem facing the United States went from 13% to 21%, making it the most concerning issue for Americans in November according to the most recent Gallup poll.
Americans are more likely to name immigration as the top problem facing the U.S. in November than they were in October — it surged to 21% from 13%. Mentions of healthcare as the most pressing issue also increased, from 6% last month to the current 11%. Meanwhile, the proportion who name government and poor leadership decreased by nine percentage points to its current 18%, but this remains among the top problems.
This is obviously a reflection of growing concerns for the multiple migrant caravans heading towards our borders, including thousands of asylum seekers from Central America already waiting on the other side of the fence.
While the caravans are bringing this problem to greater prominence in the news cycle, it’s a perpetual problem that is likely much greater than most American know. As retired INS Senior Special Agent Michael Cutler noted, the caravans are like a snowball in a blizzard.
It’s good that more Americans are understanding the magnitude of the problem, but awareness is moot if Democratic lawmakers and activist judges continue obstructing attempts to mitigate the problem. We need better border security. We need a wall.
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