‘Sixty percent of those polled said that the crisis at the border is a big problem and Joe Biden’s handling of it has been a disaster.’ ‘67% of Americans support a wall to help limit the number of migrants coming into the country illegally.’


Border agents have been dealing with waves of illegal migrants attempting to enter the country. A record 2.4 million of them reportedly attempted to cross into the United States in fiscal year 2022, CBP reported last month.



    A recent survey shows that a growing majority of Americans are in support of a wall to limit the number of illegal migrants coming into the country.

    Rasmussen Reports along with NumbersUSA conducted a study in which they found that 67% of Americans support a wall to help limit the number of migrants coming into the country illegally.

    There is a system used by the federal government known as the federal electronic E-Verify system, which allows enrolled employers to confirm eligibility of their employees to work in the United States.

    The survey points out that 69% of those polled said they were in favor of the federal electronic E-Verify system so that only legal workers were hired for U.S. jobs. 

    “This polling is remarkable. It shows clearly that most American voters of every type, party, and ideology agree that immigration needs to be brought under much better control,” said NumbersUSA Vice President of Operations Jim Robb, according to the Washington Examiner

    Sixty percent of those polled said that the crisis at the border is a big problem in the U.S. and Joe Biden’s handling of it has been a disaster.

    Border agents have been dealing with waves of illegal migrants attempting to enter the country. A record 2.4 million of them reportedly attempted to cross into the United States in fiscal year 2022, CBP reported last month. Fiscal year 2022 ended September 30th. 

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