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Seventy-three percent of likely U.S. voters are concerned about the government’s ability to handle the Biden Border Crisis created by President Joe Biden’s immigration policies.

A new Rasmussen Reports national phone and online survey indicated 48 percent of likely voters are “very concerned.”

As border crossings continue to spike since Biden “won” the election, Texas officials have also sounded alarms about the number of migrants testing positive for COVID-19.

Fifty-one percent of voters oppose amnesty, with 35 percent “strongly opposing” such an action. Forty-five say they support amnesty for illegal aliens.

While there is the typical partisan divide between Republicans (72 percent oppose amnesty/55 percent strongly) and Democrats (68 percent support/38 percent strongly support), those unaffiliated voters really provide the pulse of the nation.

Of those voters who aren’t Democrat or Republican, 55 percent oppose lifetime work permits and a path to citizenship.

Author: Jacob Hall


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