More than 3-in-4 voters in the presidential election want less overall immigration to the United States during the Chinese coronavirus crisis and after, a new exit poll reveals.
Exit polling conducted by Zogby Analytics for the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) found that the overwhelming majority of voters in the election, more than 75 percent, said it is important that the U.S. “limit the admission of new immigrants and foreign guest workers as long as unemployment remains high due to the COVID-19 crisis.”
Currently, as a result of the crisis, about 24.5 million Americans are either jobless or underemployed but all want full-time jobs. Those unemployed are forced to compete in the labor market by an endless stream of foreign workers who secure visas and green cards.
Voters, about 50 percent of whom voted for Democrat Joe Biden, by large majorities want reductions to immigration. The support for immigration