The Republican efforts to hurt President with digs on his immigration policy isn’t hurting Biden with the American public as one might think….The public is of different views on different parts of the issues…
….This poll has 29% of American’s thinking deporting those undocumented in this country….A Gallup poll has immigration important to 23% of Americans much lower than a host of issues…Another poll has Biden at 34% approval on immigration in general…66% Dem approve…% GOPer’s approve….
A new pol has two thirds of American supporting his efforts to unite emigrant families…
The Biden admin efforts on immigration, which they say will take time.… are NOT working against the admin politically like one might get the impression from media reports and Republicans eager to use the perennial issue against him….
The poll points to Americans wanting Biden to do better….
But immigration is a low priory politically to them….
Biden should be more worried about other things ….
Immigration continues to be a complex issue that will NOT dealt with by lawmakers in Washington….
Nearly two-thirds of Americans say that the Biden administration should make reuniting families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border by immigration officials a high priority, according to a new poll.
A survey from The Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that 65 percent of U.S. adults believe that families being reunited should be a high priority for the U.S. government. More Americans said this issue should be a high priority than any other immigration-related issue in the poll.
Slightly lower but still widely supported was “providing safe treatment of unaccompanied minors at the border,” which 59 percent agreed should be a high priority and just 9 percent said should be a low priority.
Far fewer Americans said that issues including providing a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children should be a high priority, though 79 percent said that should be at least somewhat a priority for the U.S. government. Deporting immigrants living in the U.S. unlawfully was a high priority for just 29 percent of Americans, while 34 percent said it should be a low priority….
Immigration is NOT gonna be a issue the US Congress deals in…
People need to stop talking about Immigration ‘Reform’…
Congress wants no part of it….
“Lawmakers on Capitol Hill say Congress has little role to play in fixing the border crisis, arguing the responsibility falls largely on President Biden and federal agencies,” The Hill reports.
“While most members say they’ll provide more resources if the president asks, they also point out that there’s not much they can do on the legislative front.”
Said Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT): “I don’t know if you need legislation. I think what we need is to make sure we get the people and the technology down there to stop it.”