Voters want presidential candidate who wants to reduce illegal immigration


The latest Harvard/Harris Poll finds U.S. voters, regardless of race, as well as working and lower-middle-class Americans, are more likely to support a presidential candidate in the 2020 election who opposes illegal immigration to the country.

Travis County Republican Party's Andy Hogue said the poll is right as for two decades Texans have continued to elect anti-illegal immigration Republicans to office.

"Regardless of their demographics, they're still American citizens, they believe in our American values, what makes us exceptional, what makes us different. And, they believe that there should be a fair process," said Hogue.

He said Americans love fairness--it's just something ingrained in us, regardless of ethnic background

"Their perspective may be different, but still they recognize that illegal immigration is a problem that needs to be solved," said Hogue.

The poll found support for reducing illegal immigration is vastly popularly among swing voters.

Currently, there are anywhere between 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living across the country, the majority of which live in California, New York, Florida, and Texas.

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