Politico Poll: More Americans Want Less Migration
May 23, 2022 1 min, 22 secs

Forty-one percent of Americans want migration reduced, said the May 6-9 poll of 1,,025 adults.

The Politico/Harvard poll also reported that just 24 percent want it to be increased, sharply down from 33 percent in the June 2021 Gallup poll.

The combined result is a 19-point shift in public opinion over 11 months in favor of less migration.

The mass migration lobby, with financial ties to billionaire George Soros, is using Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to demand the United States open its borders to refugees from across Eastern Europe.

The trend was buried by the Politico/Harvard report under the admission that 55 percent of Americans want to preserve the Title 42 barrier against migrants.

For example, the Politico/Harvard poll showed the GOP split on migration as 67 percent less migration, and 24 percent more migration.

Democrats split in the opposite direction — 39 percent want more migration and 16 percent want less migration.

A huge bloc of Democrats — 45 percent — say they favor the current level of immigration — but the poll did not explain what level of migration they favor.

The Harvard/Politico poll did not show if the respondents were “strong” or “somewhat” supporters of their chosen migration levels.

The fact that so many Americans also support using a public health measure to stop immigration unrelated to the pandemic is ultimately a reflection of lawmakers’ failure to make progress on immigration reform, said Robert Blendon, a professor of health policy and political analysis, emeritus, at the Harvard T.H.

The poll result comes amid a growing backlash by the establishment media against public concerns about migration.

Not surprisingly, the wealth-shifting extraction migration policy is very unpopular, according to a  wide variety of polls

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