Biden Gets Bad News From New Poll

( – Following the recent cases of undocumented migrants across the border reflected by an incompetent administration, immigration has taken over inflation as the main concern for voters in the upcoming 2024 elections.

The Harris Poll for Harvard University’s Center for American Political Studies (CAPS) recently published a survey reflecting what voters think the current problem is.

The preferred Republican candidate for the 2024 presidential, former President Donald Trump race along with Republican contenders nationwide, has aimed to highlight illegal immigration and the U.S.-Mexico border as a significant political issue.

This situation is due to the substantial number of illegal aliens crossing the border by foreign nationals during Joe Biden’s tenure.

The Harvard CAPS-Harris poll revealed that 36 % of respondents rated immigration as the top national issue, which surpasses inflation and cost-of-living concerns which 33 % identified as the primary issue.

As cited by Cision PR Newswire, Mark Penn, co-director of the poll for Harris, remarked, “When people ask themselves the Reagan question: ‘Are you better off than you were four years ago?’ the answer increasingly is no.”

He continued, “The sizable number of independent voters who are still undecided will determine this election, and they continue to be personally concerned about the border crisis and their grocery store prices.”

Among those surveyed, 53 % of Republicans and a 37 % plurality of independent voters ranked immigration as the top issue.

In contrast, a 26 % plurality of Democrats considered inflation as their main concern while immigration was also highlighted as the primary issue by pluralities of white voters (39%), Hispanic voters (41%) and suburban voters (40%).

Furthermore, 57 % of respondents felt that Biden did not adequately address immigration during his State of the Union address to Congress on March 7.

A 46 % plurality also believed that Biden’s most significant failure in office was that he “[c]reated an open borders policy and a historic flood of immigrants,” which surpasses perceived failures on inflation by 21 %.

The survey, conducted between March 20 and March 21 among 2,111 registered voters across the United States has a margin of error of 3 % points.

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