Poll Finds Immigration Top Issue for Amercians for Third Month in Row

In the United States, citizens of the country are increasingly facing calamitous times. The nation has never truly recovered from the widespread economic, cultural and civil unrest that begin in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic and it appears that this recovery may never come. In fact, in many regards the situation within the country has worsened considerably since the pandemic. Following the inauguration of Joe Biden to the presidency in January of 2021, economic volatility has become the norm for most American citizens. Rampant inflation reached levels in 2022 that had not been witnessed in over four decades. The cost of living, for items like basic necessities such as food, household items, energy bills and more has skyrocketed to such an extent that people simply cannot stretch the value of the dollar nearly as far as they once could. It is estimated that 6 out of every 10 citizens are living week to week based on the receipt of their most recent paycheck.

Consumer credit card debt has soared to an all-time high, and the national debt currently hovers around thirty to thirty five trillion dollars and grows with each day. America appears as if it is destined to fall off a fiscal cliff. People who are living on a fixed income, like retirees, seniors, and disabled individuals are feeling this crunch the hardest. Young Americans within the age range of 18-29 are also significantly struggling, as many of these individuals are attempting to begin their careers and adult lives and face the reality that housing costs have skyrocketed to such an extent that for families making around the median national income of seventy thousand annually home ownership is nearly impossible.

While the economy remains a major concern, immigration continues to poll as one of the top issues for Americans in recent days. Millions of illegals have entered the country in three years, and more arrive with each passing day.