Voters Overwhelmingly Back Mass Deportation Of Illegal Immigrants, Survey Shows

A new CBS News/YouGov poll shows that a majority of registered voters support a national program to deport all illegal immigrants. Conducted from June 5 to June 7, the poll surveyed 1,615 registered voters across the country, focusing on key battleground states like Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. The results indicate that 62% of respondents favor deportation, including one-third of Democratic voters.

This polling data aligns with former President Donald J. Trump’s proposed immigration policies. Trump has promised to execute the largest deportation operation in American history if he returns to the White House. In an interview with Time Magazine, Trump highlighted his plan to use the National Guard to address what he described as an “invasion” of illegal immigrants. Voters have consistently supported Trump’s characterization of the border crisis as an invasion.

Reports from Customs and Border Protection reveal approximately eight million encounters with illegal immigrants at the southwest land border over the past three and a half years, not accounting for an estimated 1.7 million “gotaways” who crossed without detection. The number of illegal immigrants in the U.S. has surged significantly from the 10.5 million recorded in Biden’s first year in office.

The survey also highlights mixed reactions to Biden’s recent executive order aimed at curbing border encounters. This order mandates shutting down temporary asylum requests if daily encounters average 2,500 at official entry points. Seventy percent of respondents approve of this measure, while 30% disapprove.

Regarding confidence in managing illegal border crossings, 70% of those surveyed believe Trump’s policies would be more effective in reducing crossings, compared to only 20% for Biden’s policies. Furthermore, 49% think that Biden’s policies would result in an increase in illegal crossings. These results suggest a strong voter preference for Trump’s tougher stance on immigration and a widespread belief that stricter enforcement is necessary to address the border crisis.

The poll underscores a significant shift in public opinion towards more stringent immigration policies and a clear dissatisfaction with the current administration’s handling of border security. As the debate over immigration continues, these findings could play a pivotal role in shaping future policies and political strategies.

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