Republican voters are evenly divided on whether immigration is good or bad for the nation, according to a new Gallup poll. Republicans’ desire for less immigration has surged since 2020. Republicans have primarily driven the mounting desire to reduce immigration in recent years, with 69 percent of Republicans expressing a preference for reducing immigration [up 21 points from June 2020) according to the new Gallup Poll.
Opposition to migration has risen among Democrats and independents. The survey showed a five-point rise to 33% among independents, and among Democrats, it showed a four-point surge to 17%.
As a growing share of “woke” Democrats begin to embrace migration, the GOP’s skepticism about migration reflects the increasing polarization since 2012.
In 2008, 46% of Republicans and 39% of Democrats wanted immigration reduced, only a seven-percentage-point difference. By 2009, the gap had grown to 17 points, which has since grown to a whopping 52 points.
Gallup’s survey is skewed by corporate support for migration. When polls provide a proxy issue, respondents are less likely to endorse the establishment because they don’t feel social pressure.
While polls show that most Americans favor some immigration, they are also deeply opposed to labor migration and temporary contract workers entering the job market and taking American jobs. There is a growing opposition called the “Third Rail,” which is anti-establishment, multiracial, cross-sex, non-racist, class-based, bipartisan, rational, persistent, and recognizes the solidarity that American citizens owe to one another.
Although migration affects many Americans’ pocketbooks, many media outlets and pollsters portray migration as a “culture war” issue.
About 4 million young Americans begin their careers each year. Nevertheless, President Biden and his progressive administration have welcomed roughly 2 million people crossing the southern border, alongside approximately 1 million legal immigrants and a similar number of visa workers annually.
That amounts to at least one new immigrant for every two Americans, each of whom will compete for jobs, homes, and careers. In other words, the federal government is tilting the economy, wages, and government priorities to favor coastal investors, political donors, Fortune 500 companies, and foreign migrants.
Business groups are calling for more migrants in Nebraska because President Donald Trump’s migration cutbacks have reduced the supply of workers and forced employers to raise wages.
On August 7, Nebraska TV reported “Help Wanted” signs everywhere in Nebraska. That is why some organizations are partnering to create a state-wide coalition and change the narrative so people understand immigrants can play an essential role in resolving Nebraska’s labor shortages.
Short staffing affects everyone, according to Nebraska Hispanic Chamber President Yesenia Peck. As a result of the labor shortage, companies have to pay more for available workers, which is “not good,” according to Peck.
A business group’s demand for cheaper labor is justified as a remedy for rising inflation, but surveys show that rising wages are not the leading cause of increasing retail prices.
Progressives support the economic policies intended to transform the U.S. from a society dominated by European-origin civic culture into a progressive empire of competitive, resentful identity groups. Rep. Rohit Khanna (D-CA) states that the United States is trying to become the first multiracial, multiethnic superpower. Rep. Rohit Khanna (D-CA) expressed this idea to the New York Times in March 2022, stating that we will ultimately triumph.
Progressives’ colonialism-like economic strategy kills many migrants, exploits migrants’ poverty, and splits foreign families to serve wealthy U.S. investors. Moreover, this migration policy minimizes shareholder pressure on U.S. companies to expand beneficial and complementary trade with developing countries.
Several noble-sounding explanations and theatrical border security programs are used to conceal the Extraction Migration economic policy. We see this progressive claim when we hear that the U.S. is a “Nation of Immigrants,” stating that migration benefits migrants and that the state must regularly replace its populations.
Regardless of their state, Americans still lose jobs, and migrants are exploited.