Reuters/Ipsos Poll: Majority Of Americans Support Trump's Travel BanChris Menahan
Jan. 31, 2017
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A new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows the majority of Americans support President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban for refugees and citizens from seven Middle Eastern countries that are hotbeds for terrorism.
The Jan. 30-31 poll found that 49 percent of American adults said they either "strongly" or "somewhat" agreed with Trump's order, while 41 percent "strongly" or "somewhat" disagreed and another 10 percent said they don't know.Even though there's an 8 point gap in favor of the ban, Reuters said "slightly more" approved than disapproved.
Additionally, their headline was the tame: "Trump's travel ban polarizes America."
You can be sure if the poll showed an 8 point gap against the ban they'd be calling it an "overwhelming gap" and a "stunning repudiation."
Trump's executive order banned refugees from entering the United States for 120 days, and it placed an indefinite hold on Syrian refugees. It also blocked citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.Whether or not it's made us more safe is not clear as many Muslims have suggested they're going to commit terrorism as a result of the ban.
The idea Muslims will blow stuff up in response to being kept out of our countries is a common liberal talking point which is supposed to make us feel more safe bringing them in.
Democrats were more than three times as likely as Republicans to say that the "U.S. should continue to take in immigrants and refugees," and Republicans were more than three times as likely as Democrats to agree that "banning people from Muslim countries is necessary to prevent terrorism."If you want to bring "refugees" in, then take them into your own home rather than sending them to places like Minneapolis to turn once peaceful towns into giant ghettos.
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