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ICE get rid of: What you need to know
What do you know about ‘Abolish ICE,” and how the movement went from the far to the left and became mainstream.
The controversy surrounding President Trump limit policy has divided Americans in the middle about the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, or ICE.
The latest Fox News poll finds approve, 41 percent of registered voters, how ICE is handling his job is to reject, while an identical 41 percent. That is, by a more than 2-to-1 margin, voters are against the resolution of the Agency (42 percent vs. 18 percent).
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A large minority of 39 percent says that it know enough to ICE a opinion on shuttering their doors.
The voters familiar with the Agency are more likely to be both the job of ICE to approve (59 percent) and their elimination (57 percent). Via 4-in-10-voters are extremely or very familiar with the Agency.
Opinions on the work of the ICE making parts along party lines: most Republicans approve (75 percent), while most Democrats reject (69 percent).
But a democratic rejection does not lead to a large-scale Offensive for the expansion of the Agency. The same number of Democrats in favor (25 percent) and rejection (27 percent), the abolition of ICE cream, while the largest number is uncertain (49 percent).
The Republicans are resisting that ICE closure of a 46-point margin (61 percent vs. 15 percent).
Attorney General Jeff Sessions, detailed a “zero-tolerance” policy towards illegal immigration, in 7. May Speech. “If you use this border to cross illegally, we will prosecute you…If you are smuggling a child, then we are criminally prosecute you and the child to separate from them, as required by law.” President Trump signed later, under an executive order at the 20. June, the end of family separations in the midst of the public outcry.
All persons who are persecuted in the US illegally a criminal? The voters once again divided: 45 percent in favor, while 46 percent disagree.
Approval of trump is held, the handling of the immigration steady at 43 percent since April, despite the heated discussion on the topic.
In addition, the survey will say more voters, share Trump’s views on border security (47 percent) than on immigration (43 percent).
“I have long thought that Americans view border security as something different from the immigration policy,” says Republican pollster Daron Shaw, who conducts the Fox News poll with Democrat Chris Anderson.
“When it comes to people entering the country illegally, Americans tend to be practical-you want a kind of way by the people of their right to stay, you can earn. In the case of border security, the American order and the rule of law want. So I’m not surprised that the recent events will not hurt Trump and the Republicans almost as much as many of its critics hoped for. In fact, if the Republicans frame the immigration debate as a border guard in question, it could be a winning issue for them.”
The Fox News poll is based on landline and cell phone interviews with 1,007 randomly selected voters nationwide and was conducted under the joint direction of Anderson Robbins research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R) from July 9-11, 2018. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters.