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Poll: 7-in-10 Republican Voters Support Tariffs on China, Mexico

About seven-in-ten Republican voters support tariffs on Chinese imports to protect American jobs and U.S. industries from unfair foreign competition, a new poll finds. A Civiqs/Daily Kos Poll finds that Republican voters are overwhelmingly supportive of tariffs in general on foreign imports to protect American workers and their jobs from being forced to compete against subsidized industries overseas. Roughly 69 percent of Republican voters said tariffs on imports are “good” for the American economy. Contrast that with eight-in-ten Democrat voters who said tariffs are “bad.” Swing voters are much more…

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Poll: 3-in-4 Swing State Voters Support National Mandatory E-Verify

Nationwide, mandatory E-Verify — the system that bans employers and businesses from hiring illegal aliens over American workers — is supported by at least 3-in-4 likely U.S. voters in six swing states, a new poll finds. Mandatory E-Verify, which is part of President Trump’s most recent immigration plan, gets sweeping support from the overwhelming majority of likely American voters in swing states such as Arizona, Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. The latest Zogby Analytics poll conducted for the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) finds that across these six swing states,…

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Globalist Front: Mass Immigration Necessary to Replace Dying Americans

Mass legal immigration is necessary to replace older Americans in the workforce, globalist-aligned business interests and the open borders lobby say. Analysis from Axios this week noted that elected officials are in a “scare” over the nation’s aging population coupled with declining birth rates and no increased incentives for Americans to have children. The solution, Wall Street executives and open borders lobbyists say, is more legal immigration — that is, increasing the number of legal immigrants that are brought to the U.S. every year. Currently, the U.S. admits more than…

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