Poll: Most Americans Say No to Syrian Refugees In Their State

Article publisher: 
Conservative Base
Article date: 
29 June 2016
Article category: 
Our American Future
Article Body: 
Sixty percent (60%) of Likely U.S. Voters oppose the settling of Syrian refugees in the state where they live, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Just 28% favor their state taking in those refugees. Eleven percent (11%) are undecided.
The president is still planning to admit 10,000 Syrian refugees into this country next year with more to follow, but only 23% favor allowing those refugees to come here at all. Sixty-three percent (63%) oppose Obama’s plan, while 14% are undecided.
In early September when the president first announced that the United States will take in up to 10,000 Middle Eastern migrants to help alleviate the illegal immigration crisis now besetting Europe, 36% favored the plan, and 50% were opposed.
Seventy-seven percent (77%) of voters are now concerned that giving thousands of Syrians asylum poses a national security risk to the United States, with 52% who are Very Concerned. This marks even more concern than voters expressed two months ago. Just 21% don’t share that concern now, but that includes only seven percent (7%) who are Not At All Concerned...


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