How Do Trump Voters Feel About the Immigration System Now?

How Do Trump Voters Feel About the Immigration System Now?

(ReliableNews.org) – Reforming the US’ broken immigration system has been one of President Donald Trump’s top priorities as commander-in-chief. When he took over from former President Barack Obama, illegals were pouring in at the border.

Caravans of migrants marched to America and demanded to be let in. MS-13, a transnational gang, was a major problem within the country. It was a mess. Trump promised he was going to strengthen the border and make the system fairer. And, a new poll indicates voters believe he’s succeeding.

Trump Voters Feel Better About Immigrants

On September 10, Pew Research released a poll that found 32% of Trump supporters now view immigrants favorably. They believe the migrants strengthen our country. On the surface, that percentage may seem small, but it’s actually up 13 points since the last time they were polled. In 2016, only 19% of the president’s voters felt that way.

Trump Campaign Deputy National Press Secretary Samantha Zager attributed the shift to the president’s immigration policy. She explained he has “delivered on his America First agenda” and is reforming the system. People are now starting to see that the country can maintain its sovereignty and welcome immigrants.

Zager went on to say the president is stopping violent criminals and stopping deadly drugs from entering our country. At the end of the day, the American people just want to be safe in their own homes. When we feel as if the system is working, it alleviates some of the stress and animosity we might be feeling.

President Trump has promised to complete the border wall if he’s re-elected. He’s also said he will continue to fight for law and order to be restored across the country. Joe Biden, on the other hand, wants to get rid of the wall.

On November 3, America will decide who they want to be the next commander-in-chief.

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