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Invasion Perception: 65% of Voters See Border Crisis as Real, Poll Finds

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A recent survey by Rasmussen Reports found that 65% of likely U.S. voters consider the current situation with migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border an “invasion,” with 43% finding this description very accurate.

Additionally, 70% view border security as a vital national security interest, and 72% perceive the open border as a crisis.

The survey also highlights internal divisions, with a significant percentage of Democrats and black voters agreeing with the “invasion” characterization. (Trending: Hunter Biden’s Art Scheme Exposed By GOP Probe)

“Sixty-five percent (65%) of Likely U.S. Voters believe it is accurate to describe the current situation with migrants at the border with Mexico as an “invasion” of the United States, including 43% who say such a description is Very Accurate,” Rasmussen Reports wrote.

31 percent “disagree, including 15% who think it’s Not At All Accurate to call the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border an invasion.”

70 percent “consider border security a vital national security interest for the United States these days[.]”

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