Democrats fell out of their chairs when they saw the results of this brand new poll
As the Presidential Election comes in to focus, political professionals in both parties are starting to pay more attention to the polls.
Everyone in the American Left expects nothing but bad news for Donald Trump and the GOP.
But Democrats fell out of their chairs when they saw the results of this brand new poll.
Donald Trump recently signed an executive order placing a 60 day pause on immigration into America.
Democrats have been denouncing moves like this as racist ever since Donald Trump took office.
Pro-amnesty RINOs claim a tough line on immigration alienates Hispanic voters because Latinos think its racist to secure the border.
A brand new Washington Post poll laid both of these assumptions to waste.
A full 69 percent of Hispanic voters supported Donald Trump’s immigration pause executive order, which was a higher level of support than among white voters.
A Washington Post poll shows that Hispanics are the strongest advocates for a near-total halt to legal immigration during the coronavirus epidemic and economic crash.
Sixty-nine percent of Hispanics said yes when they were asked, “Would you support … temporarily blocking nearly all immigration into the United States during the coronavirus outbreak?” Just 30 percent of Hispanics oppose the shutdown.
In contrast, 67 percent of whites backed the shutdown, partly because 45 percent of “liberals” opposed the policy.
The survey of 1,008 adults was taken from April 21-26 by the Washington Post and the University of Maryland, after President Donald Trump announced April 22 that he would trim immigration to help Americans gain jobs in the coronavirus recovery.
In 2016 Donald Trump won a higher percentage of the Hispanic vote than pro-amnesty RINOs like John McCain and Mitt Romney.
That’s because one of the biggest lies in all of politics is the idea that Latino voters think cracking down on illegal immigration is racist.
Hispanic voters that immigrated to America legally or are second and third generation Americans resent illegal aliens that cut the line and depress wages across the economy.
Immigration is not a racial issue, as Democrats often contend, instead many Americans view it as an economic issue.