Majority Of Voters Support Deporting All Illegal Immigrants, New Poll Finds

A recent CBS News/YouGov poll reveals that a significant majority of registered voters favor the U.S. government implementing a program to deport all illegal immigrants. The survey, conducted from June 5 to June 7, included 1,615 registered voters nationwide, with a focus on battleground states such as Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. The poll shows that 62% of respondents support the idea, including one-third of Democratic voters.

This sentiment echoes former President Donald J. Trump’s earlier proposals. Trump has pledged to undertake the “largest deportation” operation in American history if he is re-elected. In an interview with Time Magazine, Trump emphasized his intention to involve the National Guard, describing illegal immigrants as participants in an “invasion” of the country. Several polls have shown that voters overwhelmingly agree with Trump’s use of the term “invasion” to describe the current border situation.

Customs and Border Protection reports indicate that there have been around eight million encounters with illegal immigrants at the southwest land border over the past three and a half years. This figure does not include an estimated 1.7 million “gotaways” who crossed without detection. The number of illegal immigrants in the U.S. is believed to have grown significantly beyond the 10.5 million recorded during President Joe Biden’s first year in office.

The poll also reveals a divided opinion on Biden’s recent executive order aimed at managing border encounters. The order stipulates shutting down temporary asylum requests if daily border encounters average 2,500 at official entry points. Seventy percent of those surveyed approve of this executive order, while 30% disapprove.

When it comes to trust in handling illegal border crossings, 70% of respondents believe Trump’s policies would reduce crossings, compared to just 20% for Biden’s policies. Additionally, 49% think Biden’s policies would lead to an increase in illegal crossings. The findings highlight a clear preference among voters for stricter immigration enforcement and a belief that Trump’s approach would be more effective in addressing the issue.

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