A brand new poll of likely Midterm voters gives Trump 2-to-1 support for his strong immigration policies, according to Numbers USA.
The December 19 and 20 poll by co-organized by Pulse Opinion Research asked voters to pick from competing priorities on immigration.
One set of priorities was closer to the Obama/Hillary globalist agenda, another was the Trump agenda of illegal immigration enforcement and neutral levels of influx.
More from Breitbart:
The poll for NumbersUSA is another reminder to politicians that the business-funded ‘Nation of Immigrants” polls distract attention from voters’ private views, which were shockingly displayed on the evening of November 8, 2016.
The voters’ attitudes are critical as business groups, Democrats and some GOP legislators renew their push to persuade Trump to accept an amnesty of the 3 million ‘dreamer illegals — and thus drop his election-winning, pro-American policies before the 2018 election in favor of business-friendly, high-immigration/low-wage policies.
The wage-raising priority got 57 percent among voters aged 18 to 39, 65 percent among blacks, 64 percent support among Latinos, 71 percent support among Republicans, 62 percent support among Democrats, but only 56 percent support among post-graduates and people who earn between $100,000 and $200,000.
Twenty-seven percent of all voters and 27 percent of Hispanics told the polls that immigration levels should be set at zero. In contrast, just 22 percent of whites said immigration should be set at zero.
More broadly, 77 percent of Hispanics preferred immigration be trimmed to 500,000 people per year, down from the 2016 score of 1.2 million legal immigrants. In comparison, 64 percent of blacks and 58 percent of whites want immigration reformed down to a half-million per year.
Could these voter sentiments be why Democrats have delayed playing ball with the POTUS on the Border Wall and DACA?