@677H6S3Constitutionfrom Ohio answered…12mos
Close the borders completely with 30 foot tall electrified walls with missile turrets
@5Z5TB8KIndependentfrom Nebraska answered…12mos
Yes but set refugee camps close to border to help people that had to leave their home because of danger
@5YW5ZQWDemocratfrom New York answered…12mos
Yes, I also believe border security should be a part of the U.S. Military.
@9X9WJL2Republicanfrom Vermont answered…2wks
No, it should be easier for legal immigrant but also increase sanction for illegal alien
@9X9SFHLDemocrat from Michigan answered…2wks
No, and we should decrease restrictions
@9X85ZWYIndependent from Virginia answered…2wks
no but make it easier to be a citizen
@9XJNFGRWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…5 days
Increase security, but also increase availability of visas and customs posts.
@9WT67LTDemocrat from Maryland answered…4wks
@9WHZFLDDemocrat from Alabama answered…1mo
No, we should reform our immigration system to create an easy and clear path to legally immigrate and make it easier for refugees to apply for asylum.
@9WCHGHYVeteran from Missouri answered…1mo
We need total reform of our immigration policies
@angel.uGreen from Maryland answered…2mos
No, the U.S should instead stop destabilizing Latin America
@9VBVW79Socialist from Alabama answered…4mos
No, create a plan for easier legal immigration to the US
@9V4X5FRLibertarian from Missouri answered…5mos
No, but Increase the military drastically by the border.
@9TZCXYVIndependence from Georgia answered…5mos
Only the state should be allowed to do that.
@PerkiLlamaWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…5mos
Yes. National guards and border patrol should be implemented to the fullest extent. This ensures safety and protection from traffickers.
@9FK2M2VPeace and Freedom from Texas answered…1yr
Yes, but if someone is in need of medical help, do not turn them away.
@9FGTH88Libertarian from Colorado answered…1yr
There is nothing about immigration in the Constitution. Therefore, it is state power not a federal one.
@9FCQG9BWomen’s Equality from New Jersey answered…1yr
We should increase security against illegal immigrants, but create more opportunities for legal immigration.
@9FBQ2GSIndependent from Utah answered…1yr
I think the restrictions are fine they just need to be enforced.
@9F8CYGYIndependent from Florida answered…1yr
Yes, but improve the legal process of legal immigration.
@9TJR9MWLibertarian from Missouri answered…6mos
Yes, but only to increase our military force.
@9THCWX8Libertarian from Missouri answered…6mos
No, but increase our military presence by the border.
@9TG8STJWomen’s Equality from Pennsylvania answered…6mos
Yes, and allow border states to manage their own security policy and close the borders for the next 10 years until we can sort out the people who have already come here.
@9TDM732Libertarian from Missouri answered…6mos
No, but drastically increase border security and vehicles.
@9T29SLJWomen’s Equality from Kansas answered…7mos
Yes, but only for the Mexican cartels and the drug dealers.
@9SWWPNTWorking Family from Utah answered…7mos
Yes, tighter security can prevent human and drug trafficking.
@9RZ9S22Green from Pennsylvania answered…8mos
clearly, we need to tear up and reinvent our immigration policy, and out Central American foreign policy
Yes, but don't build a border wall.
No, reform the current border policy.
@9RBQLBNVeteran from Mississippi answered…9mos
Yes, AND enforce the laws.
@9QBTWPZDemocrat from Florida answered…11mos
No we should make it much easier to become a citizen
@9P98Y7LAmerican Solidarity from Colorado answered…12mos
Make it easier for people to become citizens
@9NYSN2WWomen’s Equalityfrom Virgin Islands answered…12mos
No, adopt humane policies towards immigrants and make legal immigration easier
@9NSJFGJWomen’s Equality from California answered…12mos
Depends, but they should take all means necessary to keep our country safe.
@9NRZQBJLibertarian from Delaware answered…12mos
No, a reform to the requirements for citizenship is more effective. Ease the path to citizenship for peaceful people.
@9NLHQWTIndependent from South Carolina answered…12mos
Increase a little, but states should manage their own security.
@9MJV9B5Democrat from Nebraska answered…12mos
I don’t care.
@9MJLRSGTranshumanist from Oregon answered…12mos
Yes, it should require more screening before allowing other work visas
@9MBTXQTRepublican from Kansas answered…12mos
No, reform to create a simpler and quicker path to citizenship.
@9M7ZVPYTranshumanist from Kansas answered…12mos
No, but Border security policy should be reviewed to see if adjustments need made.
@9LKBF8TConstitution from California answered…12mos
Border States should be allowed to enforce their own policy if it enhances the federal policy
@9LJ6J5FVeteran from New Jersey answered…12mos
Only for illegal immigrants but for legal immigrants make it easier
@9L4ZM63Women’s Equality from South Carolina answered…12mos
It depends on if the restrictions are really necessary or not.
No, put an open-border policy instead.
@nicolevortizPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…12mos
Still have much to learn regarding this subject matter
@9KF2VNMIndependent from Connecticut answered…12mos
not well enough informed
@9KBKNPCGreen from California answered…12mos
No, and release children from cages.
@Alan-RamsayRepublicanfrom Maryland answered…1yr
No, it is already strict enough and shouldn't increase.
@9JR8PNDIndependent from Minnesota answered…1yr
Yes, but add an easier path to those coming in to work and pay taxes.
Reduce complexity and require basic background checks. Border security should also be humanely enforced
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