Most Voters Want More Aggressive Deportation Policies

Rasmussen Reports, April 6, 2015

More voters than ever feel the United States is not aggressive enough in deporting those who are here illegally, even as President Obama continues to push his plan to make up to five million illegal immigrants safe from deportation.

Just 16% of Likely U.S. Voters think the U.S. government is too aggressive in deporting those who are in the country illegally. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 62% believe the government is not aggressive enough in deporting these illegal immigrants, up from 52% a year ago and 56% in November. Fifteen percent (15%) feel the current number of deportations is about right. {snip}

Thirty-two percent (32%) believe illegal immigrants who have American-born children should be exempt from deportation, an element of Obama’s plan, but 51% now disagree. In November, voters were much more closely divided: 38% said they should be exempt from deportation, and only 42% disagreed. Seventeen  percent (17%) remain undecided.

But then most voters (54%) continue to feel that a child born to an illegal immigrant mother in the United States should not automatically become a U.S. citizen, as is now the case. Thirty-eight percent (38%) favor the current policy of automatic citizenship for these children. Opposition has ranged from 51% to 65% in surveys since April 2006. Support has been in the 28% to 41% range in that same period.

An overwhelming 83% of voters think someone should be required to prove they are legally allowed in the United States before receiving local, state or federal government services. Just 12% disagree. These findings have changed little over the past four years.

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Sixty percent (60%) of whites oppose automatic citizenship; 51% of blacks and 56% of other minority voters favor it.

Eighty-one percent (81%) of Republicans and 68% of voters not affiliated with either major party think the government is not aggressive enough in deporting illegal immigrants. Just 40% of Democrats agree. {snip}

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  • Yeah, so?

    Really now, does anyone think that TPTB are even flinching or blinking for one moment at the news of this poll?

    We have public anger expressed in polls.

    They have:

    1. Baraq Obama’s pen and phone

    2. Adel-Zuck writing checks to make sure Boehner and McConnell stay in line and to make sure none of our people can break the political blood brain barrier

    3. A media and a paranoia-industrial complex to hurl invectives at us like *-ism, *-phobia, slavery, Holocaust

    4. A Federal judiciary to knock us back on our tails should we get too uppity with voter initiatives and referenda and laws

    Then again our “elevated anger and frustration” might get so bad that we’ll vote Republican in 2016. “I, John Ellis Bush, do solemnly swear…”

    • TruthBeTold

      Polls only matter when they support progressive liberal issues.

      Keep tweaking the poll until a majority supports marriage equality and then declare victory.

      • RebelliousTreecko

        What kind of marriage equality?

        I assume you’re talking about the same-sex one.

        • John Smith

          That’s what the phrase means now.

          • Alden

            Next year it will mean polygamy then marriage for girls at age 9 then brother sister and then human animal marriage

          • 李冠毅

            What’s wrong with brother sister marriage? My country allows it.

          • Bossman

            And what country is that? China?

          • 李冠毅

            Isn’t it obvious?

          • Earl P. Holt III

            Incest tends to manifest in a lot of very harmful recessive genetic conditions, of which Albinism is merely a “barometer”…

          • 李冠毅

            I have post comments debunking the inbreed depression myth several times before. You should have come across one of those comments.

          • Earl P. Holt III

            I didn’t mention “depression”: I have no idea whether inbreeding tends to manifest in clinical depression, or not.

            I DO know from my Human Genetics course that there are dozens of “recessive” genetic traits from inbreeding, whose likelihood of appearing are dramatically increased by inbreeding, and most of which result in a life that is painful, brutish, short and disfiguring…

          • 李冠毅

            You’re right, inbreeding does have a higher chance of producing defective offspring. But during the first generation, the risk is minimal. Also, a little known fact is that if done with the proper controls, inbreeding will actually result in a HEALTHIER gene pool in the long run. For example, a brother and sister marries and have children. Their children will most likely be healthy. Now let these children inbreed as well, then keep doing the same for subsequent generations. After a few generations, defective offspring will start showing. Sterilize these defective offspring and let the healthy inbreds continue inbreeding. After several generations of doing this, the gene pool will have been purged of most of the harmful recessive genes that make inbreeding unhealthy in the first place. From then onwards, this family can inbred without fear of producing defective offspring (at least no more than the general populace).

            This is why in nature, inbreeding will often be beneficial in the long run, as natural selection tends to kill off most of the defective inbreds before they can reproduce.

          • Earl P. Holt III

            I see your point: I guess I was “blinded” by all those considerations of freedom, humanity, compassion and natural rights that are obsolete in our “brave new world”…

          • 李冠毅

            I agree. Practicing inbreeding can be unfair to those unfortunate to be born defective; at least up until the gene pool is cleansed of the bad genes. They don’t deserve it. But then again, I can’t help but feel sorry for Blacks and Hispanics. Think about it, if they get to choose, will they want to be born as those races?

          • Max

            The reasonable and humane answer to the dysgenic pandemic now afflicting the planet is STOPPING the social subsidy, support and approval of low-capacity overbreeders and perhaps even rewarding the parenting of the intelligent and industrious.

            In this country, billions are spent on the bottom performers in school (and I don’t need to draw a picture here) to bring them even close to some minimal functionality so that we can support them the rest of their lives anyway. Only something like 5 million/yr in fed money is allocated to enrichment programs for gifted children.

            I don’t support ANY federal money for any of this but this is a completely lopsided absurd waste of money for sure.

          • David Ashton

            It all depends on the genetic composition of the parents and their ancestral lines. Inbreeding and outbreeding depressions are certainly possible in the human species, albeit complex, and cases of both have been reported. In the 1960s research was about to get underway in this area, but desegregation, anti-eugenic and later sexual promiscuity propaganda have curbed or influenced objective scientific investigation.

          • Max

            If this were generally true “in the long run” as you claim, sexual reproduction would not be so common in nature. Clones are relatively uncommon in higher organisms and generally only the result of lack of sexual mates where ANY reproduction is superior to none at all.

          • listenupbub

            It is claimed that purebred dogs have so many disorders because they are inbred.

          • “What’s wrong with brother sister marriage?”

            For one, it creates tightly inbred families which in turn breeds pandemic intergenerational family violence.

          • 李冠毅

            I don’t get it. How does tightly inbred families promote violence?

          • Nonhumans

            Why go down the street when you can go down the hall!! (Jk lol)

          • John Smith

            Don’t laugh – zoophiles are expecting to get their rights next and are organizing to protests in the streets for human-animal relationships. Academics are questioning the idea of children being unable to form consent, so there’s that as well.

          • But sheep can’t cook! HA HA!

          • Dale McNamee

            And marrying one’s car, toaster, etc.

            Or one’s right or left hand…

        • There is nothing wrong with same sex marriage. My wife and I have been in one for years.

    • Alden

      Maybe we should elect Huckabee as Pres and Carson for VP . Huckabee will sign executive orders outlawing abortion and requiring everyone to go to Church in Sunday and
      All will be well

      • Or, an executive order banning enforcement of the Civil Rights Act of 1964! I would just love to stick it to liberals like that.

    • Earl P. Holt III

      A good start would be a Constitutional Amendment granting individual states the Co-Extensive Power and Authority to enforce U.S. Immigration Laws. Moreover, if each state were simultaneously granted the Power of Asset Forfeiture, these proceeds could be used to process, incarcerate or repatriate illegal aliens residing here.

      Moreover, the threat of having their assets seized by a state would be a POWERFUL incentive for Illegal Aliens to self-deport themselves. An arrangement might also be made to remit the balance of their seized assets, once they have safely and demonstrably returned to their native lands.

      Such an Amendment might include many other provisions — such as the end to “Anchor Baby” citizenship, or the loss of tax-exempt status to organizations which harbor or grant asylum to illegals — and it could even retroactively reverse any “Clemency” or “Amnesty” for Illegal Aliens…

  • anony

    TPTB care as much about these numbers as they have cared for the last 30 years about our open borders.

    The open borders have made a joke of “the war on terror” and the angst expressed by our “leaders” about the high un-employment numbers for the last 10 years.

    For those paying attention, the hypocrisy is astounding.

  • Luca

    The US has reversed itself from a sense of reality. We now aggressively import illegals and create sanctuary cities. In the past, we aggressively deported them and did not allow them special favors and privileges.

    Welcome to the brave new world.

    • Bossman

      In the past, the USA would ignore illegal immigrants except when there was a shortage of jobs for returning war veterans.

    • Exporting jobs; importing people. Yeah, makes sense, NOT!

  • Hammerheart

    I guess there’s no reversing the trajectory of this banana republic

    • Charles Martel

      Cut off benefits and they will flee the country

      • connorhus

        Yep once the money runs out they will flee. Nothing like seeing a bunch of Guatemalans in Chicago without heating assistance.

        • PissedOffScientist

          Some will, most will figure out that they can make more working for cash, begging or stealing in the US than they can in their own banana-hole republics.

        • Alden

          Or Somalians in the Dakotas a mile south of the Canadian border

      • Jason Lewis

        Yes but how many will give birth to citizens before leaving?

      • adplatt126

        Not true. There are still good reasons to live around white people and victimize them. Life’s of course even better with generous handouts around for them, but it’s better for most of them regardless, vis a vis the alternative. You’ll never get rid of the parasites that now own the country. You have to flee or assimilate. Tick tock…

        • Charles Martel

          So you are saying no Je suis Charlie Martel, but Vlad Tepes

      • Awakened Saxon

        Charles Martel: Cut off benefits and they will flee the country
        What political power do people who want to cut off benefits have? I would say close to none. There might be a few politicians at the state level who support cutting off benefits, but that does not matter because the states are under the thumb of the US courts.

        • I also don’t think it’s that simple. We could cut off benefits and work permits (way easier said than done, as we both know, considering our current political predicament), and they’ll still come. That’s because here is so much better than where they’re coming from.

          • Chasmania

            Actually they will leave all on their own when conditions aren’t prime. The reason they come is money and their willingness to accept a lower standard of living while here.

            Once the money making vanishes as well as (to a lesser degree)the Fed giveaways they will go back to their 3rd world garbage pits with their much lower cost of living and eke out a living like they did before getting here.

    • listenupbub

      I say get the hell out.

  • Fed Up

    If Americans want to live in Mexico — they’d move to Mexico. We neither need nor want to turn our nation into Mexico North! It’s about time Americans came to their senses! By the way, tell your members of Congress it’s time to impeach Obama.

    • nordicman

      Deport all the white liberals in Western countries into Africa, Mexico, Iran, China, and let them live with the “diversity” they claim to love so much.

      • Jason Lewis

        Just force them to live in the middle of the welfare neighborhoods they adore. Maybe their children can go to the inner city schools.

    • Awakened Saxon

      Fed Up: By the way, tell your members of Congress it’s time to impeach Obama.

      Why? So Biden can be president?

  • JP Rushton

    The birthright citizenship is what is sinking us. It doesn’t matter if they deport them now, they create new US “citizens” on a daily basis who cannot be deported.

    • Chasmania

      A new SCOTUS could easily over turn any ‘of late’ decisions that granted citizenship to children of non citizens.

      True that it would require a vast change in political leadership to get such a thing, but I believe that it EXACTLY what we all think is going to have to happen anyways to effect any change.

  • Susannah

    The will of the American public matters not a whit. The political class and most of the elite have decreed we will admit millions of immigrants of all kinds (except very few Whites) and that’s that. Deporting them, regardless of criminal status, productivity, or suitability for American life, is not an option. Our rulers have almost reached the point where they don’t even make a pretense of deportation in any situation.

    • Jason Lewis

      They have zero regard for us. They figure their money will keep them at a distance in a gated community with security guards if needed.

      • So true. That’s why we have to invade those gated communities via Section 8 apartments, etc. placed inside them. “Affordable housing.” Make it work to cause the elites to suffer along with the rest of us.

        • Rhialto

          There are simpler methods to make the elites suffer.

        • Germanicus

          Nice. An apartment manager from another apartment explained to me the multitude of codes and laws that must be observered to keep the housing lawyers at bay. A year later, our manager declined my request to have bushes replanted after the blessed little third-world chimpanzees destroyed the original ones leaving only mudholes. The mud, of course, gets thrown at my door. (At least we’ve got them civilized to the stage that it’s not poo. That Rozetta Stoned Rapid Evolution Course is great. We start the lesson plan on the last 58,000 years tomorrow. ) Where was I? Yes, so the apartment manager chick infirms me [intentional spelling] that “we” can’t replace the bushes because then “we” will have to replace it for all of the minorities–which is rapidly becoming a group of majorities in my living complex. The place is flooded with Muslims in their disgusting garb, Mexicans and Blacks. It is time for us to say, “No!” We can do this in our own creative ways. I complain whenever some slob wipes his face with bare hands and then tries to serve my plate. I complain when some third worlder with bad hygiene is trying to wrap my deli food. Find ways to shine a White hot light on the wsys thry do not belong.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Approximately what part of the country is that happening to you? In southern New Hampshire, only the Mu-slimes haven’t showed up in real numbers. The curry slurpers and greaseritos are pouring in like a torrent, though. White people don’t bother trying to rent close to the Mass/NH border, closer to the tech jobs, because those areas on the border are completely colonized by dot-headed curry-slurpers.

          • Jason Lewis

            Kinda poetic. He is a SPLC supporter along with the Democrat party. That’s the only reason the media squashed the story quickly. If he had ties to anything rightwing it would still be in the news.

          • Alden

            Why not just keep calling the health department about third world groceries and restaurants.
            Look up local health laws and make up all sorts of complaints

          • Alexandra1973

            Time to move.

            My apartment complex is pretty much all White…but there’s a race traitor a few doors down with a half-breed…and the babydaddy visits.

            If they start moving in (and I might add that my complex accepts vouchers), I’ll seriously consider moving elsewhere. The town I live in is only about .02% black…but it only takes a few to throw a monkey wrench in the works.

        • Alden

          I’d live to see a huge section 8 building filled with the worst of Oakland and Richmond right across the street from Barbara Boxer’s house

      • carriewhite64

        I’m sure most rulers and one percenters have either bunkers in the countryside or residences in other “safe” countries for when the SHTF here in America.

  • connorhus

    The political class will never reverse immigration legal or otherwise because they are convinced race is a non-issue and therefore all they need to fill the up coming retirement, pension and debt voids are more warm bodies. We know they are wrong and all these third world immigrants end up costing more money than they bring in but to the politicians it’s a simple numbers game and everyone taking breath is equal.

  • Chasmania

    Going to say it again.

    Only an uprising of citizens that throw off the shackles of this runaway Fed is going to fix any of these problems we now face, and it’s my belief that things are going to have to get much, MUCH worse – to the point of it being insufferable – before that’s at all possible.

    Illegals come here and have kids, work, etc… because it’s relatively easy when compared to any penalties or risks they may face. As long as their behavior is rewarded they’ll keep on coming.

  • LackawannaErie

    And this is with no mainstream figures supporting deportation. If Fox News and National Review pushed deportation as hard as they pushed the Iraq War, the numbers would be a lot better.

    Keep in mind that 62% of Americans is probably more like 80% of white Americans. No doubt a huge chunk of the anti-deportation people are Hispanics, Asians and various Middle Eastern peoples.

    • Ella

      Your local church, synagogue and congressman won’t let the deportations happen in the name of big business. American middle class need to make their move but cry of being “depressing” and “helpless.” Where are the few male white leaders?

      • Sid Ishus

        “Where are the few male white leaders?”

        You’re kidding, right?

        • Ella

          Yes, but frustrated. We seemed to be damned on both sides of the Atlantic with little or no progress. Locke once warned us of losing power to companies and government who stated that it is almost impossible to get it back to the people and is rarely seen.

          • DJRicin

            For a little optimism, keep in mind that immigration has pretty much become a valence issue across Europe now, with even the mainstream center-right parties now supporting quotas and restrictions as they continue to lose voter share to the right-wing. Think FOP in Austria, National Front in France, UKIP in England, Freedom Party in Netherlands, etc.

            America is a majoritarian system that inevitably leads to two parties, so it’s less likely to happen here, but I remain optimistic about Europe’s prospects.

  • Jason Lewis

    The majority of voters have wanted this for decades yet it doesnt happen. Kinda like the majority want term limits for Congressmen.

    • carriewhite64

      The majority of citizens also want campaign finance reform, yet politicians rarely mention that issue, even when campaigning. The three issues of campaign finance reform, term limits, and immigration are the most obvious manifestations of our “representative” government ignoring the will of the majority of the people.

  • Samuel Hathaway

    The Dominican Republic has a wise birthright citizenship policy regarding “Dominicans born of Hatian descent.” They don’t get it. The Dominican Republic has a wise policy of not allowing children of Hatian parents to get Dominican citizenship. And the world can squawk and holler in protest all it wants to. The Dominicans are smart to impose such a policy. It’s our overlords in the U.S. Congress who are the knucklheads who can’t see what a good policy it would also be for the U.S. to adopt the same policy to block birthright citizenship to children of foreign parentage.

    • Rhialto

      Not so much a wise citizenship policy as a non-insane citizenship policy!

  • Jaggers

    Is it possible that the 16% saying we’re too aggressive in deporting people were being ironic?

  • “Just 16% of Likely U.S. Voters think the U.S. government is too aggressive in deporting those who are in the country illegally.”

  • kenfrombayside

    I always suspected the folk were against the browning of America. Speak out against this. Tell congress you have had enough of endless third world immigration; go to numbersusa to send faxes to your traitors in congress. Don’t vote for the dems.

    • adplatt126

      Go ahead, vote for the alternative… Good luck.

      • John Smith

        SSDD.

  • The oligarchs are pulling the strings, but stay behind the curtains to a large degree. Sheldon Adelson is the public face of the Republican oligarch. His billions will buy a lot more influence than the complaining of a Republican voters who’s going to vote Republican no matter what. America is not responsive to the public anymore, if it ever was.

  • nordicman

    So what’s the solution? We don’t fight back, we get displaced. We do fight back, and they react. Duh. Didn’t the British Empire ‘react’ when we declared our independence? Didn’t the Mongols, Huns and Muslims ‘react’ back in the old days of Europe (when most white men were men!)? We need to stop worrying about what will happen if we fight back. You’re going to get attacked anways, so make it worth their while.

    • CircleTheWagons

      I’m not suggesting that fighting should not be an option. But in order to win one must understand the grand strategy. One must understand that the type of battle that would be necessary cannot be fought only ‘half way’. To only envision a ‘national uprising’ taking care of matters would be foolhardy.

    • Chasmania

      As I said above: Taxpayer revolt.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    “April 6, 2015
    Most Voters Want More Aggressive Deportation Policies, Rasmussen Reports
    A majority of US voters continue to oppose birthright citizenship.”

    That only mattered when the U.S. had a representative government.

    • Alden

      100 years ago the oligarchs owned steel mills, railroads and factories.
      Now they own gambling casinos brothels and manufacture porn

  • Samuel Hathaway

    The scam of birthright citizenship became plainly apparent when I read an article about a pregnant Mexican woman who crossed the Rio Grande River for the day to attend a birthday party in a Texas border town called Laredo, TX… and ooops! she went into labor at the party and give birth to her reconquistador. The little hombrecito was, of course, declared “American” with U.S. citizenship.

    • LexiconD1

      Did she immediately go onto welfare?

      • Samuel Hathaway

        I don’t recall if she went on welfare or not. The mother is Mexican and so is the child, though “American” by birth since the birth happened in Texas. What a joke.

        • Dale McNamee

          Actually, Mexico considers all Mexicans citizens, so send them home…

    • Alden

      At least he was born here Texas has a lot if licensed midwives. Many are Mexican Licensed midwives can make out and file birth certificates
      They have a whole scam going of for a fee of course filing legitimate US. birth certificates for babies born in Mexico
      There is a big business in the border states of boarding houses for Mexican and Central American expectant mothers
      There are also thousands of Asian mainly Chinese women who fly in to give birth

    • Bossman

      That is not nearly as bad as rich Chinese tourists using special hotels to give birth to future USA citizens. China has 1.35 billion people.

  • groidle

    It really is masterful how the establishment convinces us we are on the fringe when we’re really not.

  • Mr. L

    Lord Obma knows what’s best, go back to watching Dancing With The Stars.

  • Steven Williams

    How about an aggressive deportation of all non-whites out of the 50 states of the US?

  • Germanicus

    I want one deportation to begin the parade out of OUR nation: that of Barack Hussein Barry Sotero (the fraud) Obama. He never belonged with us. Next: Soros and Adelson. Let them play shuffleboard together in some hell hole.

  • MBlanc46

    And yet, the 2016 presidential candidates will both favor immigration “reform”.

    • Robert Smith

      Amazing isn’t it? It’s almost like they are controlled by something other than ‘the people.’

      • JohnEngelman

        In the United States the rich have always had more power than the rest of us. The Constitution was written to ensure that.

        • Alden

          Correct up to a point It was written to ensure rule by unelected life tenure federal Judges. The question of elected Presidents and legislatures vs Judges was decided very early on in 1804 Marbury VS Madison

          The constitution is whatever federal Judges say it is.

      • Stop noticing!

    • JohnEngelman

      Whenever anyone uses the word “reform” you should ask more questions. In an economy of steadily diminishing opportunities and resources one of those questions should be, “Will I benefit from this ‘reform’ or not?”

      In the current parlance “Immigration reform” means “more immigrants.” That in turn means “lower wages.”

      • MBlanc46

        My general response to the word is to put my hand over my wallet, turn around, and back slowly away.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          The biggest problem “rich” are those who didn’t earn it, like failed Democratic presidential nominee, John Kerry, who married Teresa Heinz, who didn’t earn it either. Her husband was John Heinz, a GOP Pennsylvania Senator of Heinz ketchup fame, whose $$$ passed into the hands of Teresa, and when John was on the hunt for a new babe, he married into John’s $$$. And they dare to “soak the rich”, who have worked like dogs all their lives for what they have.

      • Alden

        And higher housing costs which is the number one expense for most people

      • newscomments70

        Liberal media has been screaming about “reforming a broken immigration system” for years. “Reform” simply means mass amnesty.

    • John Smith

      I support reform too – get rid of birthright citizenship for blood citizenship and send illegals here packing, fining employers who knowingly hire them. Allow some to come in to pick vegetables, etc. with permits and make them go home after the harvest.

      • Jack Whistler

        A fine is not sufficient, a fine simply becomes a cost of doing business. Revocation of business licenses, and prison time are a much better solution.

      • newscomments70

        “Guest Worker” programs don’t work. There are always bleeding hearts and neo-cons that will let them stay.

        • JohnEngelman

          Guest worker programs are ideal for the Republican Party and their clients in the business community. Those programs lower wages for American citizens without increasing the number of Democrat voters.

          • newscomments70

            My point was that these programs always fall apart. The “guests” become soclialst voting citizens, eventually. The Muslims in Western Europe were originally “guests”, but now they are never leaving.

    • Jason Lewis

      Reform to me means deportation.

  • WR_the_realist

    The elites determine policy in this so-called democracy. Always have, always will. The elites want mass immigration and illegal immigration, even though most ordinary Americans do not. This is one issue where I agree more with the black majority than with the white people who get elected to congress.

  • Alden

    The average Romans who rioted in the streets had more influence on their government than we do

  • Alden

    I think they have it in the UK, France and a few other European countries

  • Alden

    What with our gay black brown and female army and police forces we will be exterminated like the soviets did to the Ukrainians Hungarians and everyone else who attempted to revolt
    For that matter look at what happened last time there was a major revolt in 1861
    Or check out the whiskey rebellion Washington and Hamilton sent more troops against the frontier farmers than they sent against the British

  • Chasmania

    Doesn’t have to be any gunfire or blood shed. All it would take is a taxpayer revolt of a few weeks to effect major changes, and once that happened people would know they could reclaim power stolen from them.

    Imagine if every taxpayer stopped working and spending for a week or three ? Timed with small business owners not paying their taxes ? The Fed would simply be overwhelmed to the point of overload, and they sure couldn’t send even a fraction of them to jail.

    Something to consider.

  • Light from the East

    Not only do I demand the deportation of all the illegals, but also the voluntary or forced deportation of blacks, of course, we need justification to make it into policies.

  • George Costanza

    I think this proves that the high Obama approval ratings are wrong.

    • Not necessarily.

      There is consistently a 10-15 point differential between Baraq Obama’s overall approval rating and his approval rating on immigration, the former being higher than the latter. So it begs the question: How can someone approve of Obama overall but not approve of him on immigration? Answer: It must mean that 10-15 percent of the population consists of liberals and/or Democrats who want immigration law enforced and no part of Obama’s open borders agenda.

      How can the Senate election Oregon and Measure 88 in Oregon last November show such wildly different results? Other than the Republican in that race being openly on the open borders side. Otherwise, same answer.

      • George Costanza

        Paul Murphy wrote an article “About Obama’s 50% approval rating” he made the argument that his approval ratings are so high because Gallup changed their method of polling.. I think it’s legit considering the 14 million people with Obama phones and 20 million illegal aliens.

  • Albert

    I think it’s safe to say the voters made their opinion on immigrants clear when they voted in a record number of republicans to the Senate and The House : P

  • Alexandra1973

    The good news is, technically there is no such thing as birthright citizenship here.

    The bad news is, it seems few are aware of it–or even care.

  • Nonhumans

    Worked and still works for the libtards and all of their pet victim groups…