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A considerable majority of the voters favors a broad immigration that includes a border, barrier, non-barrier security measures and humanitarian aid. At the same time, the support for a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border, the highest level since 2015.
The number of the wall inched up for the second time in two months, to 46 percent, according to the latest Fox News poll. It 43 percent in the last month, during the government shutdown, and 39 percent was in September. The high mark was 50 per cent, in November 2015.
Currently, 50% of the turn against the wall, down one point since January.
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A bipartisan 66 percent majority, preferably includes a budget deal that funding for some form of border, barrier, and other security measures and humanitarian aid.
The offer and compromise, the legislature is currently discussing, reportedly contains $1.375 billion for the cross-border barriers and security, and humanitarian assistance. The president must prevent signing legislation to midnight from Friday to another “shutdown”.
Although there is a large gap in the number of Democrats (12 percent) and Republicans (86 percent), the wall, majorities of both parties, 60 percent of Democrats and 73 percent of Republicans, in favor of the compromise.
Seventy-five percent of the per-migrant-concerned voters in favor of broad immigration, as 58 percent of the wall opponent.
Meanwhile, pro-wall-voters (58 percent) are more than twice as likely as a wall-opponents (24 percent), you are ready to shut down the government, go over the wall.
Who won the last shutdown showdown? By a 43-35 percent margin, voters say that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi looked stronger politically after the shutdown ended as President, Donald Trump. Pelosi also more party-loyal: 74 percent of Democrats, garners think you saw more in comparison to 68 percent of Republicans, say Trump.
Even so, the shutdown will not harm the President the figures. Both his job approval and his personal favorable rating are within a point or two where they’ve been for months.
Forty-three percent of voters have a favorable view of Trump, down three points from 46 percent in December. His negative rating went up two points to 54 percent. This brings his favorable rating, under water to 11 points. For comparison, Pelosi is under water-from 15. Since December, positive views held steady at 36 percent (51 percent unfavorable).
Overall, the President’s job rating is negative 6 points: 46 percent of voters approve of the job he is doing, and 52 percent disapprove. Last month during the partial government shutdown, it was 43-54 percent. In December it was 46-52%.
More than half of this remains in contrast to the President explained, to construct a national emergency as a way of the wall, without the consent of the Congress. Fifty-six percent are opposed, 20 percent of Republicans.
Sixty-three percent of voters view the situation on the southern border of an emergency or major problem. The same number, 63 percent, find that the way on climate change. Opioid addiction dwarves: 87 percent plan to keep it for an emergency or major problem.
Just over a third (35 percent), that the migrants-caravan for a “major threat” to national security. While this is more than see instability in Venezuela, the way (22 percent), it is far less than superior, North Korea (52 percent), ISIS (62 percent), and foreign cyber attacks (72 percent) of a major US security threat.
Voters favor the legalization of the status of dreamer of 70-21 percent, unchanged since January of 2018.
A third have a positive image of sanctuary cities, while 44 percent have a negative opinion
— Views of freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are negative: 26% favorable vs. 39% unfavorable. Nineteen percent have never heard of her. For comparison, 11 percent say they’ve never heard, Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who is currently in his sixth term in the Senate. McConnell are viewed more negatively than positively by 20 points (25 favorable vs. 45 unfavorable).
“Ocasio-Cortez-the rapid rise to national prominence, is remarkable, and the Republicans have to do a lot of your lift,” the democratic pollster Chris Anderson, who conducts the survey with Republican Daron Shaw. “I expect to improve, to see their numbers, as more Democrats realize how much the Republicans like her.”
— Melania Trump is more popular than anyone tested. Forty-seven percent of voters have a positive image of you, 37 percent unfavorable. The first lady of the highest positive rating of 51 percent in June, 2017.
— Different views on Vice President Mike Pence: 42 percent favorable to 44 percent unfavorable.
— Post are partially federal shutdown,” the democratic party and the Republican party on an equal footing in the eyes of the voters as 45 percent with a positive image of each party. In addition, approximately the same number of Democrats have a positive view of their party (87 favorable) and Republicans (84). However, far more Democrats, 51 percent have a “strongly” favorable opinion of their party than Republicans (39 percent) of the GOP.
The Fox News poll is based on landline and cell phone interviews with 1,004 randomly selected voters nationwide and was conducted under the joint direction of Beacon research (D) (formerly Anderson Robbins Research) and Shaw & Company Research (R) from February 10-12, 2019. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters.