POLL: Majority Of Voters Believe Crisis At Southern Border is An Invasion

According to a Rasmussen poll, 64% of likely United States voters believe it is accurate to label the current situation with migrants at the southern border with Mexico as an “invasion” of the US, which includes 42% who believe such a description is very accurate. 33% are in disagreement, which includes 16% who believe it’s inaccurate to describe the situation at the US-Mexico border as an invasion. 

The Supreme Court last month halted the implementation of a Texas law that would empower state authorities to defend the border. 71% of voters view border security as a crucial national security interest for the US these days, whereas 19% disagree and 10% are unsure, 69% believe the current situation at the US-Mexico border is a crisis, while 22% don’t believe so.

88% of Republican voters, 51% of Democrat voters, and 70% of independent voters believe the current situation at the US-Mexico border is a crisis.

87% of Republican voters, 46% of Democrat voters, and 60% of independent voters said it’s at least somewhat accurate to describe the border situation as an “invasion” of the US. 63% of Republican voters view such a description as very accurate.

85% of Republican voters, 59% of Democrat voters, and 70% of independent voters believe border security is a vital national security interest for the US these days.

68% of white voters, 63% of black voters, and 76% of other non-white minorities believe the situation at the border is a “crisis.” 

Of the income earning groups, those making over $200,000 annually are the least likely to view the US-Mexico border situation as an invasion. 

Indeed, the US is being invaded by foreign aliens thanks to the regime’s open border policies. The quicker we realize that this is an invasion that’s facilitated by the ruling class, the quicker we will get to the solution of completely locking down the border.

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