Poll: 2 of 3 say Congress should enforce immigration laws

Democrats in Washington has been demanding that nearly 800,000 illegal aliens brought to the United States as children by their parents be given amnesty from the nation’s immigration laws, which would produce new Democrat voters.

Under President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, a portion of the estimated 3.6 million “DREAMers” were given temporary protection from deportation  through an executive order.

President Trump canceled Obama’s order, but even he and other Republican leaders favor legislation that would allow the illegal aliens to remain in the country.

But likely Republican voters disagree.


In fact, a new poll found two out of three say “Congress should focus on enforcing the laws we already have on the books.”

Similarly, 65 percent said Trump should “focus the resources of the federal government to uphold national immigration laws already in place.”

The polling of likely GOP voters was done at



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