Gallup: Immigration the Most Important Issue

A Gallup poll this month found that 27 percent of Americans view immigration as our country’s top problem, an increase from 23 percent in June. Gallup  notes that few other issues since 2001 have exceeded 27 percent, in public perception, as the nation’s leading problem. The July poll found that after immigration the lead issues that concerned Americans were the government/poor leadership (23 percent), race relations/racism (7 percent), and health care (7 percent).


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