American voters are mostly sensible people who understand that rewarding a bad behavior (e.g. border jumping) cannot be eradicated by rewarding it (amnesty with work permits and benefits).
Now there’s a new survey finding that 62 percent of US voters think the government isn’t doing enough deporting, a number up 10 percent from a year ago. […]
On Tuesday, the Rasmussen pollsters published a nice article that assembled numerous survey results from the company about immigration. The upshot is that the voters (the group that Rasmussen polls) don’t like Obama’s permissive approach at all. They want a lawful process overseen by a government that takes law and order seriously, which this administration […]
In a recent survey from the Rasmussen pollsters, Americans show they are not interested in treating illegal aliens the same as citizens — not in financial benefits and not in terms of legal standing. Even a majority of Democrats don’t want illegals to get free stuff on the taxpayer’s dime.
Of course, illegal aliens are deeply […]
Back in 2010, Arizona took on the federal government by saying that states can enforce immigration law if they do so in accordance with pre-existing national laws. Arizona signed SB1070 into law, legislation written by Kris Kobach who took care to match the language up with federal statutes. Throughout the long media-whipped controversy, polls consistently […]
Did the administration think that pictures of foreign kiddies clutching teddy bears would convince Americans to give up their law and sovereignty? Polls show otherwise: citizens are not pleased with open borders chaos and the thousands of foreigners being dumped on local communities.
Not only do a large majority of Americans think the influx endangers cultural […]
Of the likely voters surveyed by the Rasmussen pollsters, 54 percent see the President as wanting the tsunami of illegal alien kids crossing the border to remain in the country.
Too bad the poll didn’t ask voters what they thought was the reason for Obama’s welcome to tens of thousands of expensive high-maintenance foreign children.
Citizens are […]
Americans don’t want illegal or excessive immigration. When the issue has been in the news, like in 2010 when the Arizona law was in the headlines, polling shows the sentiment that is always there, that citizens want their borders and sovereignty enforced, not ignored.
Now, when citizens see the full horror of the liberal ideal of […]
This sounds pretty good: over half of voters polled think the Administration isn’t deporting enthusiastically enough.
52% Say U.S. Not Aggressive Enough in Deportations; 14% Say Too Aggressive, Rasmussen Reports, April 30, 2014
The Obama administration is considering a reduction in the number of illegal immigrants it deports, pending passage of an immigration reform plan now stalled […]
Recent research shows what has been obvious for a long time — many illegal aliens don’t want to join the American community but care only about being able to work here and make money without being repatriated. Unobstructed job thievery is Job #1!
Even among legal immigrants, a sizable number do not want to become American […]
Around the world, most societies don’t care for immigration, particularly when there’s too much of it. Global polls from Ipsos and Pew Research have illustrated the normal dislike of foreigner diversity. Human nature is deeply tribal, dictating that we all like our own group the best and are somewhat suspicious of those who don’t share […]
A recent Fox News poll suggests that citizens are sick of immigration anarchy and want the system made into an orderly procedure. Fifty-five percent of voters want fewer legal immigrants admitted. Only 3 percent think border security is too strict, while 60 percent regard it as too lax. Sixty-eight percent want adequate border control before […]
Among elites in Washington, population growth of any kind, even of stubbornly retro third-worlders, is preferable to a sustainable society. The reason is simple: expanding population causes GNP to rise, which looks good, even as per capita income of the citizens decreases. The idea of the country being full never occurs.
Yet even without a strong […]