Say what? Even Hispanics?
More than six in ten Hispanic likely midterm voters say they want legal immigration levels — the United States admits one to 1.5 million legal immigrants a year — reduced to anywhere between zero and 750,000 legal immigrants a year.
According to the latest polling data by The Polling Company, commissioned by NumbersUSA, Americans are vastly opposed to current levels of legal immigration and want the number of foreign nationals legally arriving in the U.S. seriously cut, a plan that is supported by President Trump.
About 62 percent of Hispanic likely voters said they want legal immigration to the U.S. reduced, with more than 45 percent saying they want legal immigration cut down to zero to 250,000 legal immigrants admitted a year.