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Immigration is the “most important problem” in the United States among Republican voters heading into the 2020 presidential election, a new poll finds.
According to the Reuters/Ipsos poll, when asked to rank the main issues facing the U.S., nearly 40 percent of Republican voters say immigration is the biggest problem, far outpacing every other issue.
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Running second to immigration as the biggest problem in the U.S. is healthcare with 13 percent of GOP voters ranking it as the main issue facing the nation.
Among all voters — including Republicans, Democrats, and swing voters — healthcare tops the issue board as the biggest problem, while immigration ranks second. About 20 percent of swing voters say healthcare is the main problem facing the nation, while 13 percent said immigration was the main problem.
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Increasingly, since 2017, American adults have said immigration is the biggest problem in the U.S., the Reuters/Ipsos poll has found.
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Most recent Pew Research Center polling reveals that deporting illegal aliens from the U.S. is the top priority among Republican voters, outpacing issues like avoiding tax increases and reducing the national debt.
About 65 percent of GOP voters told Pew Research Center that the highest priority of the Republican Party should be ending illegal immigration and reducing the illegal alien population currently living in the U.S.
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Mass illegal and unchecked immigration to the country has stagnated U.S. wages for decades while redistributing the wealth of America’s working and middle class to higher income earners.
While legal immigration levels have remained in place — with about 1.2 million legal immigrants being admitted to the U.S. on average every...
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