Terrorists Launch Attacks on Americans Building Biden’s Gaza Pier
The Pro-Hamas Activist Who Accosted Alec Baldwin Went Totally Insane During Piers Morgan...
Police at UT Austin Had the Perfect Response to a Pro-Hamas Activist Flipping...
Secret Service Agent Assigned to Kamala Harris Suffers What Looks Like a Mental...
Here's the Video Exposing What NYU's Pro-Hamas Students Really Think
Will Jewish Voters Stop Voting for the Democrats Who Want to Kill Them?
Someone Has to Be the Adult in the Room: Clear the Quad and...
Our Gallows Hill — The Latest Trump Witch Trial
Florida Has Carried Out an Impressive Evacuation Operation in Haiti
Biden Administration's New Overtime Rule Blasted as an 'Attack on Small Businesses'
Students at Another Ivy League University Get Ready to Set Up Encampment
Stop the 'Emergency Spending' Charade Already
Should Republicans Be Concerned About the Pennsylvania Primary Results?
Mike Davis' Internet Accountability Project Calls on Senate Republicans to Break Up Big...
Joe Biden’s Hitler Problem

Majority of Americans See the Influx of Illegal Border Crossings As an 'Invasion'

Townhall Media/Julio Rosas

Over 50 percent of Americans say the ongoing crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, marked by a historically high illegal border crossings, is an "invasion," according to a new NPR/Ipsos poll.


Those who said there it was "completely false" there is an invasion at the southern border totaled at 19 percent. Almost 30 percent of those polled said they didn't know.

"We are not actually screening enough people to make it safe for the rest of the country," poll respondent Michael Cisternino, a Republican from Nevada, told NPR in a follow-up interview. "We, the people of the United States, really don't have control over who's coming in, and where they're going or what they're going to do when they get there — if they're criminals, if they're not criminals."

  "A lot of immigrants are coming here for safety, and a lot of them are coming here for a chance" at a better life, said Neel-Gopal Sharma, a Democrat from North Carolina. "There is this xenophobic kind of talk that's being thrown around," he said. "So I'm not surprised by that."


U.S. Border Patrol has encountered over 2 million illegal immigrants so far this fiscal year, breaking the previous record of over 1.2 million encounters this time last year. That number does not include who was able to avoid being apprehended by Border Patrol, which have also reached all-time highs.

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Townhall Videos