The sample of 880 likely voters opposed the entry of the migrants by 60 percent to 30 percent.
But liberals overwhelmingly favored entry for the migrants, with 63 percent saying the government “should allow them to enter this country temporarily until each of their cases can be individually reviewed.”.
The liberals’ welcome policy would spur further labor migration because catch and release policies allow migrants to get U.S.
The mass migration ended in 2020 when President Donald Trump managed to stop the catch and release of migrants — nearly all of whom compete with blue-collar Americans for jobs, usually by providing cheaper services to wealthier Americans.
Responses from liberals and wealthy people dragged the collective response from Democrats down to 38 percent rejection, 49 percent welcome.
In contrast, high school graduates opposed a welcome policy by 64 percent to 22 percent.
People with post-graduate degrees narrowly opposed entry, at 49 percent to 38 percent.
Blacks and other non-white respondents opposed entry by 58 percent to 33 percent.