Poll: Majority of Americans Say Trump’s Immigration Policy Is Better Than Biden’s


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A new poll by Rasmussen Reports shows that a large majority of voters believe that former President Trump’s immigration policies were better than President Joe Biden’s.

According to the polls, 51 percent of voters are more positive about Trump’s immigration policy, compared to just 32 percent who think Biden’s chaotic border scene is better.

Only 11 percent think the two immigration policies are roughly the same.

The poll seems heavily weighted by the recent humanitarian crisis that involved Haitian migrants on the Del Rio-Acuna International Bridge, where thousands of people once lived in appalling conditions.

As the #BidenBorderCrisis continues to worsen, 51% believe President Trump’s immigration policies were better than Biden’s, according to a new poll. @CabelloAuden and @RealDrGina discuss this and more about #DrGina #PrimeTime here: https://t.co/HXp4pHyIVT pic.twitter.com/s17lnw0dl7

– Real America’s Voice (RAV) (@RealAmVoice) October 1, 2021

RELATED: Over 10,000 Haitian illegal immigrants to be released to the US

Trump’s immigration policy better than Biden

Earlier this week, Minister of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas admitted that the vast majority of Haitian migrants had been released to the United States.

“About, I think it’s about 10,000 or so, 12,000,” Mayorkas said as he urged how many migrants were released. “It could be higher. The number that is returned could be even higher. “

DHS Secretary Mayorkas says about 10 to 12,000 Haitians arrested on the southern border have been released to the United States.

“It could be even higher,” he adds when pushed down by @FoxNewsSunday Chris Wallace. pic.twitter.com/vbOZwZzkJ3

– Moshe Schwartz (@YWNReporter) September 26, 2021

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The Haitian migrant crisis is clearly fresh in the minds of voters.

“Voters disagree with President Joe Biden’s administration’s decision to release more than 12,000 Haitian migrants into the United States,” Rasmussen writes, “and a majority now say that former President Donald Trump’s immigration policy is better.”

Texas County is suing Biden over 30,000 Haitian migrants crossing the border https://t.co/KbyLJVcYar pic.twitter.com/3c7rWJAs4l

– New York Post (@nypost) September 29, 2021

RELATED: New Harvard Poll Shows Trump Is More Popular Than Biden

Better off with Trump

Laredo’s Mayor Pete Saenz, a Democrat, says things went better under Trump than under President Biden.

“We really need to secure the border,” Saenz told the Washington Free Beacon. “It worked under Trump, you name it what you want to call it, but it worked.”

Saenz proposed to the current president to implement a “virtual wall” using advanced surveillance technology at the border.

“If Biden doesn’t come out with a virtual wall implementation, people here will be begging for a wall, a physical structure, simply because he ignores the limit and especially the size of these waves,” he said.

He admitted that walls work because they “deter, or at least gain, law enforcement time, so to speak”.

Laredo, Texas Democratic Mayor Pete Saenz told Fox News that the Biden border crisis is getting overwhelming: “They’re busing migrants into our town … we can’t handle it here.” Pic.twitter.com/JpW5HqMZBE

– The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) August 9, 2021

Aside from Trump lagging behind in policies related to the border, a new Harvard CAPS / Harris Poll shows the former president is more popular than Biden.

“48% of respondents say they have a positive opinion about Trump compared to 46% who say they have a positive opinion about his successor.” Https://t.co/BXOiqXF1cD

– Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) September 21, 2021

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