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Immigration Named Top U.S. Problem for Third Straight Month

Immigration remains the most important problem facing the U.S. for the third month running, and it is a uniquely polarizing issue.

Want to Solve Immigration? Listen to the People

Americans support strict border control and fair pathways for immigrants entering the U.S. illegally. Public opinion favors both deportation and citizenship options.

Immigration Surges to Top of Most Important Problem List

Sharply more Americans than in January name immigration as the most important problem facing the U.S. The issue ranks first on the list.

Inflation, Immigration Rank Among Top U.S. Issue Concerns

Inflation and immigration rank among Americans' top issue concerns for the country when asked about national problems in March.

Americans Still Value Immigration, but Have Concerns

Americans support immigration, generally. They also view immigrants positively for their cultural contributions but have concerns about their impact on drug and crime issues.

Biden's Job Approval Edges Down to 38%

Biden's overall job rating has slipped to 38%, and his ratings on immigration, the Israel-Hamas situation, foreign affairs and the economy are even lower.

Americans Showing Increased Concern About Immigration

Americans' satisfaction with the level of immigration into the U.S. was already low, but it has now has fallen to the lowest in a decade. More are dissatisfied because they want immigration decreased, but a wide partisan gulf persists.

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.

U.S. Economic Confidence Dips for a Second Month in a Row

Gallup's Economic Confidence Index registered -34 in May, reflecting further deterioration in how Americans assess the economy's current state as well as its trajectory.
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