Majority of Likely 2024 Voters Favor Mass Deportation of Illegal Aliens Over Amnesty

by J Pelkey
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According to a new poll released this week, the majority of likely 2024 voters prefer mass deportation of illegal aliens over granting them amnesty.

A survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports, found that 54 percent of likely voters support a policy of mass deportation for all illegal aliens, with 36 percent expressing strong support for this stance.

The United States is estimated to have between 11 and 22 million illegal aliens.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey found that if voters had to choose between two candidates—one favoring amnesty for illegal aliens and the other favoring mass deportation—52 percent would vote for the candidate supporting deportation. In contrast, 36 percent would support the candidate favoring amnesty, while 12 percent remain undecided.

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According to the survey, “deportation as a policy is more popular than Donald Trump is as a president,” and that is saying quite a lot.


Breitbart News reported:

Working and lower-middle class Americans, those most likely to compete for jobs against illegal aliens, remain highly supportive of deportations. Nearly 60 percent of those likely voters who are not college-educated said they support deporting illegal aliens.

At the same time, those Americans most likely to hire illegal aliens for below-market wages are the most opposed to such a deportation policy. A wide majority, 63 percent, of those earning $200,000 or more a year said they do not support deporting illegal aliens.

Fewer than 4-in-10 likely voters said they oppose mass deportations of illegal aliens.

Watch the full Rasmussen Report video below:

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