If True, Biden Is Finished

Joe Biden

(TheIndependentStar.com) – President Joe Biden’s days in the White House may finally be numbered as a new poll has found that, for the first time in five years, the greatest number of Americans consider the illegal immigrant invasion to be the most crucial problem the nation faces.

The immigration issue has ascended to the forefront of national concerns among the American populace, according to the latest Gallup poll.

This marks the first instance since 2019 where immigration has been pinpointed as America’s biggest issue by respondents, National Review points out in a report.

In the poll conducted over February 1-20, it was discovered that 28 percent of Americans view immigration as the preeminent challenge the nation faces. This is an eight-point surge from the preceding month.

The matter of government was deemed the second most critical issue, with 20 percent of participants acknowledging its significance.

The economic situation and inflation were also noted concerns but lagged behind immigration and government, capturing the attention of 12 and 11 percent of the populace, respectively.

A little over half of US adults now perceive immigration as a severe threat to the interests of the United States, an eight-point increase from the previous year.

This sentiment is predominantly held among Republicans, with 90 percent viewing immigration as a dire threat, in contrast to 54 percent of independents and a mere 29 percent of Democrats.

Additionally, 31 percent of Americans deem immigration a matter of importance but not of critical concern, whereas 14 percent do not view it as a significant threat.

Immigration stood out as the solitary issue to witness a substantial shift in public opinion over the past month.

The last occasion it was ranked at the top of Gallup’s list of critical issues was approximately five years ago, driven by anxieties over a migrant caravan from Central America.

Most recently, the illegal immigrant invasion issue has been further compounded by the case of an illegal immigrant from Venezuela, implicated in the heinous murder of University of Georgia student Laken Riley.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement revealed the suspect’s parole and subsequent release into the United States in September 2022 after entering via the southern border near El Paso, Texas.

There is speculation that President Biden is contemplating an executive order to significantly limit access to asylum, invoking a 1952 statute that grants the president authority to suspend foreign entries deemed not in the national interest.

Gallup’s survey encompassed 1,016 adults, presenting a margin of error of plus or minus four percentage points.