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Border Security First

Most Americans believe there is “no point” to reforming our legal immigration system until the border is secure – something just one in four Americans believe the government is seriously trying to accomplish.  

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Most Oppose Government Involvement in Social Media Censorship

Sixty-two percent of Americans consider it inappropriate for government agencies to be involved in censoring content and individuals on social media platforms, according to a recent Counterpolling survey.  

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Nearly 7 in 10 Voters Say There’s a Border “Crisis”

Americans are unhappy with the situation at the southern border and blame President Joe Biden.  

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Most Agree Spending Bill “A Disaster for our Country”

Three in four American voters say they are concerned about the national debt. More than half agree that the recent $1.7 trillion spending bill is a “disaster for our country.”  

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Most Favor the Death Penalty for Fentanyl Dealers

70 percent of Americans believe fentanyl drug abuse is a “very serious” issue in the United States.  

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Americans in Gloomy Mood About 2023

Most Americans predict economic struggles, political conflict in the U.S., and international chaos in 2023.  

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