Poll: 74% Voters Reject Obama’s Middle East Refugee Plan

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21 September 2016
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Rasmussen Reports released a poll on Tuesday that shows “voters reject Obama’s new Middle East refugee plan.”

News of widespread public opposition to more refugees comes three days after Saturday’s stabbing of ten Americans in a St. Cloud, Minnesota mall by Somali refugee Dahir Adan, and the bombings in New York and New Jersey, allegedly perpetrated by Afghan immigrant and likely refugee Ahmad Khan Rahami.

It also comes on the same day the Obama administration snubbed Congress by refusing to appear at statutorily required Senate hearings to testify about the proposed increase in refugees and as President Obama is in New York City, speaking to the United Nations about globalism. On Monday, the United Nations General Assembly held a Summit for Refugees and Migrants along with representatives of the politically powerful, federally funded, resettlement industry.

Tuesday evening in New York City “the Clinton Foundation is honoring a Palestinian teacher whose husband is a convicted terrorist.”...

“Voters strongly oppose President Obama’s plan to bring 110,000 Middle Eastern and African refugees to this country next year, up from 85,000 this year, and view that decision as an increased danger to U.S. national security,” the poll concluded.

Seventy-four percent of likely voters oppose increasing the number of refugees from 85,000 in FY 2016 to the 110,000 President Obama has proposed for FY 2017. Only 18 percent of likely voters approve of the proposed increase, or think it is too little.

Forty-eight percent of likely voters “believe the United Should should take in no additional refugees from those areas.”...



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