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U.S. Immigration Views Remain Mixed and Highly Partisan

Americans offer mixed guidance on the future of immigration, although slightly more now say they want it decreased than increased. The shift is driven by Republicans.

U.S. Opinion and the Election: Guns, Immigration, Climate

Read a review of where the American public stands on gun control, immigration, and climate change.

Four in 10 Americans Still Highly Concerned About Illegal Immigration

With emergency powers limiting border entries about to end, Republicans are highly concerned about illegal immigration, while Democrats are not.

Dissatisfaction With U.S. Immigration Level Rises to 58%

A 58% majority of Americans are dissatisfied with the level of immigration into the U.S. today, and 34% are satisfied. Those dissatisfied are over four times more likely to say it should be decreased than increased.

The Average American Weighs In on Immigration

Joe Biden's initial actions on immigration policy generally fit well with U.S. public opinion.

Americans Remain Divided on Preferred Immigration Levels

Americans are split on whether U.S. immigration should be increased, decreased or kept at its present level.

Americans Want More, Not Less, Immigration for First Time

One-third of Americans would like to see immigration levels to the U.S. increased, 28% want current rates to decline. Democrats and independents are growing more in favor of increasing levels of immigration.

American Attitudes and U.S. Population Growth

U.S. population growth has slowed significantly, the result primarily of significant trends related to fertility and immigration.

Arizona Survey Finds Consensus in Politically Divided State

Though equal proportions of Arizonans are Republicans, Democrats and independents, the Gallup Arizona survey finds broad agreement on actions in several areas -- including immigration, the environment and criminal justice.

More on Americans' Satisfaction With Aspects of U.S. Life

Americans' level of dissatisfaction on some issues doesn't always line up with their views on how much of a priority those issues are for the government.
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