The Rasmussen Reports Immigration Index for the week of September 17-26, 2023, increased to 90.1, just slightly up from 90.0 two weeks earlier.
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As Congress negotiates a new spending agreement to prevent a government shutdown this week, a majority of voters think securing the border should be part of the deal.
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The impact of illegal immigration on local schools, health care and employment is far more negative than positive, according to American voters.
More than two-thirds of American voters are worried that their country is turning into a police state – a tyrannical government that engages in mass surveillance, censorship, ideological indoctrination, and targeting of political opponents.
President Joe Biden plans a historic pay raise for federal workers, but Americans generally believe government employees are already paid more and work less than those in the private sector.
A quarter of Democratic voters favor Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in their party’s primary, and many would vote for Kennedy if he ran as a third-party candidate in 2024.
Concerns about election integrity remain high, with most voters worried that cheating could be a factor in next year’s election.
If the 2024 election proves to be a rematch between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump, many voters are open to voting for a third-party challenger.
The prosecution of former President Donald Trump by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is unfair, according to a majority of Georgia voters, most of whom have concerns about the integrity of elections in their state.
Voters are almost evenly divided over the criminal prosecution of former President Donald Trump.
Democrats are satisfied with long prison sentences for supporters of former President Donald Trump who rioted at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, but other voters, not so much.
Voters overwhelmingly support term limits for members of Congress, but don’t expect such a measure to be enacted.
Amid questions about Sen. Mitch McConnell’s health, an overwhelming majority of voters agree that the Kentucky Republican should resign his post as Senate Minority Leader.
A majority of voters now believe America needs stricter gun control, including a ban on the sale of so-called “assault weapons.”