According to a survey conducted by the AP, two-thirds of Americans believe that the immigration policies of the federal government go against what the majority of Americans want.
“Few adults think that the president, the Supreme Court, Congress, or the political parties have been doing a good job protecting the nation’s democratic ideals,” the news agency reported on July 14.
“The public believes that there is a discrepancy between public opinion and current laws and regulations on a variety of topics, including the economy, immigration, abortion, and gun legislation.”
“Half of adults claim that democracy either doesn’t function at all or only works occasionally. Only 10% of respondents express optimism in American democracy, while 40% believe it is operating reasonably successfully. In general, the public’s perception of American democracy during the previous few years hasn’t changed much.”
According to a survey of 1,220 individuals conducted from June 22 to 26, the government’s management of immigration has the lowest evaluations from the public, even ranking worse than public ratings for government expenditure, the economy, and abortion legislation.
Numerous surveys reveal widespread unhappiness with President Biden’s immigration policies.
For instance, according to a July 13 Gallup poll, two-thirds of GOP voters think both legal and illegal immigration hurts the country’s economy.
According to Gallup, the percentage of GOP voters who believe immigration makes the economy “worse” is 64%, which is five times higher than the percentage of voters who believe immigration makes the economy “better,” which is 14%.
Swing voters have a negative view of migration, particularly labor migration. According to a study conducted in August 2022 and commissioned by the left-leaning National Public Radio (NPR), the majority of Americans—54 percent—believe that Biden is enabling a southern border invasion. 76% of Republicans, 46% of independents, and even 40% of Democrats were part of the 54% “Invasion” majority.
Extraction Migration is an unpopular economic strategy that the federal government has long employed. This colonialism-like approach deprives poor nations of significant quantities of human resources, restricts beneficial commerce, and boosts Wall Street and the economy by importing employees, renters, and customers.
The influx of migrants has effectively driven down American salaries while simultaneously increasing rents and housing costs. Additionally, the influx has forced many native-born Americans out of their professions in a wide range of commercial sectors and has contributed to the growing death rate among the poor.
By subsidizing coastal investors with a large population of low-wage employees, high-occupancy renters, and government-subsidized customers, the fatal strategy also steals jobs and income from states in the heartland.
Because elites can distance themselves from the needs and interests of average Americans due to population replacement, the population inflow also weakens the political influence of native-born Americans.