Exclusive poll: Majority of Latinos support Trump-era COVID border policy

7/2/2022 2:39:00 AM

Exclusive poll: Majority of Latinos support Trump-era COVID border policy

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Exclusive poll: Majority of Latinos support Trump-era COVID border policy

It's a fresh data point reflecting the complex views Latino voters have on immigration.

The big picture:Courts have forced the Biden administration to continuing using Title 42, which cites concerns about the spread of COVID-19 spread,Title 42 is used far more frequently than "Remain in Mexico" — formally known as the Migrant Protection Protocols — and does not come with a guarantee of an asylum process.

"As long as Title 42 is in place there will continue to be devastating harm to asylum seekers. Unfortunately, the administration is clearly in no hurry to end Title 42," ACLU's Lee Gelernt told Axios.By the numbers:51% of the 1,018 U.S. Latino adults surveyed said they strongly supported or somewhat supported keeping Title 42 in place, compared to 44% who said they opposed it.

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Doesn't surprise me. These people come here for a better life to get away from the 🐂💩. Now with fantasy land democrats policies. There seeing the better life here s going down hill since they moved here “Latinx, however, support Biden’s.” PeterHamby Meanwhile, Democrats' post-Dobbs bump disappered

DeSantis admin fires back at Clyburn after top Dem claims Florida gov 'made it harder' to vaccinate kidsGovernor Ron DeSantis' administration fired back at House majority whip James Clyburn, D-S.C., after the number three House Democrat made several claims about Florida's COVID policies. When Clyburn gets his state in order then he can worry about the rest of the country, Governor trumps a Senator every time, especially a affirmative Senator. 😉 Everything came down to 'didn't pre-order.' This was reported on by the media as if it would have terrible results. It was never bothered to check to see if that was accurate. DeSantis is the best Governor allows his constituents FREEDOM to make their own decisions you know what America used to be about.

Supreme Court to rule on immigration case; major implications expected for Biden's border agendaThe justices are deciding the legality of a Trump-era policy known as 'Remain in Mexico.' Why is the SCOTUS making POLICY? THATS WHAT CONGRESS DOES! USSupremeCourt SCOTUSblog scotusreporter They are there to INTERPRET the CONSTITUTION and NOT MAKE POLICIES! SCOTUSIsCorrupt SCOTUS One million illegals entries contacted at south west border since the beginning of 2022…a 20 year high. Biden is awful. This administration is awful. Can’t wait for SCOTUS to strike title 42 down and we can get back to Trump era policies. Nice try, Joe.

Supreme Court rules Biden can end Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' policyThe Supreme Court upholds Biden's broad power to repeal the Trump-era 'Remain in Mexico' policy. Great... So all these tents will cross over and setup on this side of the border.. One more nail in the democrats coffin at this year's mid-terms...

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Supreme Court says Biden can end Trump-era 'Remain in Mexico' immigration policySupreme Court says President Biden can end Trump-era 'Remain in Mexico' immigration policy Illegal immigrants coming in unabated. Good yes america needs low wage workers!

Earlier on Thursday, a Supreme Court ruling allowed President Biden to end "Remain in Mexico" — another Trump-era border policy that has been criticized by immigration activists.Majority Whip Jim Clyburn, D-S.More News Videos Next month, the Biden administration plans to lift Trump-era pandemic restrictions that blocked migrants from entering the U.Print WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld President Biden’s power to enforce immigration laws, ruling he may repeal the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” policy, which barred most Central American migrants from entering the United States to seek asylum.

The big picture: Courts have forced the Biden administration to continuing using Title 42, which cites concerns about the spread of COVID-19 spread, Title 42 is used far more frequently than "Remain in Mexico" — formally known as the Migrant Protection Protocols — and does not come with a guarantee of an asylum process. "As long as Title 42 is in place there will continue to be devastating harm to asylum seekers., made several claims about Florida's policies regarding the vaccination of children against COVID-19. Unfortunately, the administration is clearly in no hurry to end Title 42," ACLU's Lee Gelernt told Axios. The same week the end of Title 42 was announced, administration officials said they were preparing for an influx of migrants at the border that could top a record-breaking 18,000 apprehensions per day. By the numbers: 51% of the 1,018 U." "Coronavirus vaccines have proven to be extremely safe and highly effective at reducing the risk of severe illness, hospitalization, and death," Clyburn wrote.S. wrote the majority opinion, joined by fellow conservative Justice Brett M.

Latino adults surveyed said they strongly supported or somewhat supported keeping Title 42 in place, compared to 44% who said they opposed it." "I urge the governor to abandon this dangerous, anti-scientific approach, and I strongly encourage all parents of young children to provide them with the lifesaving protection of coronavirus vaccines as soon as possible," he added. The recidivism rate for illegal border crossings continues to remain at an elevated level as it has throughout the implementation of the Title 42 restrictions. The policy has majority support among Mexican Americans (52%), Puerto Ricans (57%), and Cuban Americans (53%). Only 41% of Central Americans supported Title 42. Ron DeSantis' administration fired back against Clyburn's claims. The policy primarily affects Central American migrants seeking entry into the U. The year before Title 42 was implemented, the recidivism rate was a fraction of the current trend.S. ((Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)) In response to the claims, DeSantis’ administration fired back with a letter of their own to Clyburn, with Florida Surgeon General Joseph Lapado tweeting out his letter regarding the"blatantly false statements" made by the Democrat House whip’s office. Advertisement “We merely hold that [the Immigration and National Act] means what it says: ‘may’ means ‘may,’ and the INA itself does not require the secretary to continue exercising his discretionary authority under these circumstances,” he wrote.

Just 48% of Latino immigrants endorsed the policy, but support for it went up among second-generation (58%) and third-generation (59%) Latinos. The intrigue: 81% of Latino Republicans supported the policy, compared to 42% of Latino Democrats and 57% of Latino independents. "Information regarding the meeting released to media outlets earlier today mischaracterizes the conversation and we welcome the opportunity to clarify," he continued. Republicans and Biden critics have attributed the attempt to pare down and repeal"Remain in Mexico" to migration surges seen at the border in recent years. What they're saying: "I think because it's a COVID mitigation thing, we do see sort of higher support for it, then if it were just sort of a pure immigration concern," Ipsos pollster and senior vice president Chris Jackson told Axios. Still, Jackson said he was surprised that more than half of the Latinos surveyed supported Title 42. "Separate from ordering, I recommended against pediatric COVID-19 vaccines for children under 5," the Florida surgeon general wrote. Yes, but: Only 1 out of 5 Latinos listed immigration as their top concern. The Biden administration plans to end the fast-track Title 42 removals on May 23 and instead process all migrants under pre-pandemic rules that allow more access for migrants to file humanitarian protection claims.” She was referring to the more than 50 migrants who died after having been abandoned inside a truck trailer in the Texas heat.

Immigration ranked well behind crime, gun violence and inflation as their top issues." "There is also inadequate data regarding the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine," he continued, pointing to the risks associated with the vaccine, such as myocarditis and pericarditis in adolescent and young men. Flashback: The CDC's Title 42 order was first issued in March 2020 under former President Trump, and has forced tens of thousands of asylum-seekers to wait out lengthy U.S. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP "It is unfortunate that the information you released is perpetuating confusion among the public," Lapado wrote. with orders to show up at a future court date. immigration court processes in Mexico. Methodology: This Axios/Ipsos Latino Poll, in partnership with Noticias Telemundo, was conducted June 9-18 by Ipsos' KnowledgePanel®." "Florida remains committed to making recommendations and decisions based on data and science — not ideology," he concluded the letter. Instead, they were told they must wait in Mexico until their claims were set to be heard before an immigration judge.

This poll is based on a nationally representative probability sample of 1,018 Hispanic/Latino adults age 18 or older. ABC News' Devin Dwyer contributed to this report. The margin of sampling error is ±3. Story tips can be sent to Houston.7 percentage points at the 95% confidence level, for results based on the entire sample. and get more news that matters about Latinos and Latin America, delivered right to your inbox on Tuesdays and Thursdays.com and on Twitter: @HoustonKeene Get all the stories you need-to-know from the most powerful name in news delivered first thing every morning to your inbox Arrives. Axios on facebook . And they won rulings from Trump-appointed judges that blocked the repeal.