A recent Harvard and Harris University survey found that President Joe Biden experiences “weak” support on nearly every major issue.
investigation with gauge Respondents endorsed on issues ranging from the economy to immigration, revealing Mr. Biden’s lack of positive numbers.
Biden’s approval ratings for the economy have stagnated over the past month, hovering at 39% since April. Fewer than half, 48%, support Mr. Biden’s “promotion of jobs,” while 46% support his fight against terrorism. Even fewer support his handling of foreign affairs, at 43%, and only 39% support his handling of crime and violence across the country. Thirty-seven percent approve of his handling of inflation, while 38 percent approve of his handling of immigration.
Notably, Biden’s immigration approval rating is down 2% from 40% in April and 3% from 41% in March.
The survey delved deeper into the issue, as the majority perceives illegal immigration as at least somewhat of a serious problem. Sixty percent believe monthly border crossings have increased under President Biden, and 68 percent support “tougher policies to reduce the flow of people crossing the border.” Additionally, a majority, 53%, believe Biden’s border policies are “increasing the flow of drugs and crime” into the United States.
As Breitbart News reported, since Biden took office, he has encountered well over 5 million illegal immigrants.
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The survey, which was conducted on May 17-18, 2023, among 2,004 registered voters, comes amid growing horror stories of illegal immigration crimes across the country.
Jose Roberto Hernández Espinal, a 20-year-old illegal immigrant from El Salvador, defendant The rape of a 15-year-old girl and another woman in Montgomery County, Maryland, a reserve.
Julian Montoya, a 19-year-old illegal immigrant from Watford, North Dakota, defendant 24-year-old illegal immigrant Elmer Brian Giron Canille has been charged with the allegedly running over and murder of a 6-year-old boy. kill Two fatalities in Polk County, Florida.