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It wasn’t too long ago when around half of the nation considered illegal aliens to be “serious” or “very serious.” And it wasn’t just under President Trump that this was the case. Even under his two predecessors, the issue was a topic for discussion but pretty much no Democrats and just most Republicans thought there was a crisis at the border.
Fast-forward to three short years under the Biden regime and things are far worse. Moreover, just about everyone sees it, including Democrats.
According to The National Pulse:
The vast majority of Americans – 81 percent – believe that illegal immigration into the United States is becoming a “serious problem” for the country, according to a recent survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports, which found that majorities from all political parties share concerns about the number of people entering the country.
Of those who believe it is a serious problem, more than half – 52 percent – argue it is a “very serious” issue. Only 16 percent of those surveyed do not consider illegal migration a serious problem.
Rasmussen pollsters also asked the 996 likely U.S. voters, “which political party do you trust more to handle immigration.” Only 37 percent of respondents said they trusted Joe Biden and the Democrats more than Republicans, compared to 49 percent who have more trust in the GOP. That includes 54 percent of white people, 39 percent of black people, and 53 percent of “other minorities.”
The real story here isn’t that 81% see the obvious. The headscratcher is how 19% simply can’t see it.
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